WATCH: Jason Sudeikis, cast of 'Ted Lasso' field question from Trent Crimm during White House visit

The White House hosted some popular visitors on Monday when the cast of the hit Apple television program “Ted Lasso” concerned raise awareness about psychological health.

Jason Sudeikis, Brett Goldstein, Hannah Waddingham, Brendan Hunt, and Toheeb Jimoh signed up with White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre in speaking with press reporters about the value of psychological health.

At completion of his remarks, Sudeikis fielded one concern from another unique visitor, imaginary reporter Trent Crimm of The Independent, played by James Lance. Compared to the kind of concerns Crimm usually tosses at Ted Lasso, played by Sudeikis, this one was a softball.

In the program, Ted Lasso is a previous American football coach who now coaches English football group AFC Richmond. Sudeikis’ character frequently looks for aid from those around him, consisting of a group therapist, as he battles with stress and anxiety and anxiety attack.

In his time at the White House podium, Sudeikis stressed the value of routine psychological medical examination with yourself and those closest to you.

“No matter who you are, where you live, no matter who you voted for, I assume we all know someone or have been that someone who has struggled, that’s felt isolated, that’s felt anxious, and has felt alone,” Sudeikis stated. “It’s in fact among the important things, think it or not, that all of us share as humans.

“That means it’s something we all can and should talk about with one another when we’re feeling that way or when we recognize someone feeling that way. We encourage everyone, and it’s a big theme of the show, to check in with your neighbor, your coworker, your friends, or your family and ask how they’re doing.”

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