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Colin Kaepernick Surfaces After NFL Protests Smiling & Jacked

26 Setiembre 2017
Colin Kaepernick Surfaces After NFL Protests Smiling & Jacked

President Trump addressed the media on Sunday after he was asked if his comments were inflaming racial tensions. "That's part of what makes America great". It is about respect for our Country, Flag and National Anthem.

He continued to tweet and talk about the protests through the weekend.

"Our game has long provided a powerful platform for dialogue and positive change in many communities throughout our nation", she said.

"Your eyes translate to advertising money for the League and it's owners".

"He's trying to divide us and use this as a wedge issue but these are important issues that need to be discussed", Boykin later added.

James released a video shortly after Trump's comments that criticized the president's rhetoric.

In Detroit, even the singer of the national anthem took a knee when he was done.

Several other players have since adopted the pose in solidarity with Kaepernick - however President Trump used a rally in Alabama on Friday (Sep 22) to launch a tirade against those protesting players, urging team bosses to strike them from their squads. I was about to break down in tears. "He doesn't understand the best of America".

"So proud of NASCAR and its supporters and fans", Trump tweeted.

On Sunday, Trump re-tweeted calls for a fan boycott of NFL games. "He's fired. He's fired!,'" Trump said.

"Wouldn't you love to see one of these NFL owners, when somebody disrespects our flag, you'd say, 'Get that son of a b*#&h off the field right now. Out!" According to Cuban, Trump needs to be able to listen and take the criticism without immediately going on the defensive. "I want that guy to be one of the smarter guys in the room and it seems like every time he's opening up his mouth it's something that is dividing our country and not pulling us together'".

Last year, then-San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick refused to stand during "The Star-Spangled Banner" ahead of kickoff, sparking both support and backlash.