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Trump on NFL protests: 'We will never kneel'

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Trump on NFL protests: 'We will never kneel'

Trump on NFL protests: 'We will never kneel'

During his campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma Saturday night, U.S. President Donald Trump said "we will never kneel" during the National Anthem or the flag.

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"We will never kneel to our National Anthem, or our great American Flag.

We will stand proud, and we will stand tall," Trump said.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said in a video earlier this month the NFL was "wrong for not listening to NFL players earlier" on the topic of peaceful protests.




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