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To me, the NFL situation is a very important situation,' Trump responded. Tennessee Titans wide receiver Rishard Matthews, whose father is a retired Marine master sergeant and whose half-brother died in Afghanistan as a defense contractor, said Tuesday on ESPN's NFL Live that he will kneel until Trump apologizes.
'I've heard that before - about was I "preoccupied". On Monday night, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones - a staunch supporter of Trump - and his players knelt, arm-in-arm, before the anthem, then rose for the playing of the song ahead of the team's 28-17 victory at the Arizona Cardinals'He was calling a lot of us, and I feel that he was calling myself, an S. B., and that's not OK and very disrespectful,' Matthews said.
Bolt asks the Television Espanola reporter to pause the interview and stands at solemn attention while the American anthem is played at the stadium.‘Even Usain Bolt from Jamaica, one of the greatest runners and athletes of all time, showed RESPECT for our National Anthem! As if to make a point of emphasis, Trump had the tweet pinned to the top of his feed.
The president may have come across the tweet after one of his Twitter followers tried to bring it to his attention.
I'm not going to go down that road.'Trump brought up the topic for the fifth day in a row, dating to a speech to a crowd of supporters in Alabama on Friday night, when he referred to an NFL player making a gesture during 'The Star-Spangled Banner' as a 'son of a bitch.'In response, more than 200 players knelt or sat on a bench or took other actions during the anthems at games Sunday.
'The ratings for Monday's Cowboys-Cardinals game were up 63 percent from the equivalent game a year ago, which went up against a presidential debate between Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Some spectators at Arizona's stadium booed while the Cowboys knelt, which Trump tweeted was the 'loudest I have ever heard.'Among his other tweets Tuesday: 'The NFL has all sorts of rules and regulations.
The only way out for them is to set a rule that you can't kneel during our National Anthem!
At a White House news conference Tuesday, Trump was asked whether he's spent too much time thinking about the NFL instead of dealing with the crisis in hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico.'Well, I wasn't preoccupied with the NFL...
I don't think you can disrespect our country, our flag, our national anthem. All I do is work.'He went on to call kneeling during the anthem 'disgraceful.'Attorney General Jeff Sessions weighed in, too, condemning NFL players who exercised their freedom of expression by kneeling silently during the anthem.'These players, with all the assets they have, can express their political views without in effect denigrating the symbols of our nation, a nation that has provided our freedom to speak,' Sessions said during an appearance at Georgetown University's law school.