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Trump / NFL Anthem Protests / A Discussion (Part II) #1116357

CNN Evening News for Monday, Sep 25, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on the actions of the Dallas Cowboys football team linking arms before the game against the Arizona Cardinals noted; scenes shown. Live discussion continued with CNN's Bakari Sellers & Paris Dennard about President Trump, the NFL & race. [SELLERS - offers views on how race is at the center of the action by the NFL players & Trump, how Muhammad Ali was despised because of his position on the Vietnam War; how he just wants equality.] [DENNARD - offers views on the action of taking a knee as being disrespectful, on the protests by Ali, the need for a conversation on equality, scholarships for all races & genders.]
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