"When people like yourselves turn on television and you see those people taking the knee when they're playing our great national anthem".
"Trump stay in ur place. football have nothing to do wit u smh", Washington Redskins linebacker Zach Brown tweeted, using an acronym for "shaking my head".
The conversation then turned to NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who made headlines a year ago for protesting racial inequality by taking a knee during the National Anthem. Trump said during a rally for Republican Senate candidate Luther Strange in Alabama. "I guarantee things will stop".
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Macron also urged a political settlement in Syria. "We must condemn the ethnic purification, which is underway, and act". The secretary-general said a third major challenge is climate change .
In particular, while discussing "American values", the president started off on a tangent about social activism in the NFL and how players' demonstrations during the national anthem before games are affecting television ratings and "ruining the game".
The president then went on to mock the National Football League and its TV ratings which are "down massively, massively".
"They're ruining the game, right?" he asked the crowd. They don't know it. Pick up and leave. Things will stop. Just pick up and leave.
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Budde even put up a sign asking the woman to stop. "She ran by it like 15 times yesterday, and she still pooped", Budde said. At least Charmin continued to entertain Twitter users while the nation waits for the unveiling of the mystery poopertrator.
Kaepernick, who reached the Super Bowl in the 2012 season with the San Francisco 49ers, is now a free agent, and his supporters argue owners are staying away from signing him because of the controversy surrounding him. They'll be the most popular person, for a week.
"I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color", Kaepernick told NFL.com in August 2016. "Not the same game anymore, anyway".
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We have to introduce it to them and explain what it is. "There is some education there as far as, 'Here's why these games are cool and fun'".
Kaepernick, who at one time was San Francisco's pass-throwing wunderkind, was an injured backup player when he began his protests.