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Trump / NFL Anthem Protests #1116329

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 24, 2017
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(Studio: Kate Snow) The reaction of President Trump to the various NFL responses to national anthem protests at games featured. [TRUMP - says first responders should be treated with respect as should the anthem & flag.]

(East Rutherford, New Jersey: Morgan Radford) The kneeling protests by NFL players in defiance of Trump featured; scenes shown from London & the US of solidarity to the action started last year by player Colin Kaepernick, who was protesting police brutality. [TRUMP - suggests the NFL owners get "that son of a bitch off the field": he's fired.] Trump tweet quoted. [Two FANS - offer differing opinions on the issue.] Other supportive actions by baseball player Bruce Maxwell & singer Stevie Wonder shown. ["Breaking the Line" author Samuel FREEDMAN†- says Kaepernick has been blacklisted.]

Snow, Kate;
Radford, Morgan

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