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Trump / NFL Anthem Protests / Lee Interview #1116411

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 27, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The doubling down by President Trump in his attack on the NFL for player protests introduced. [TRUMP - says you cannot have people disrespecting our national anthem & flag so the NFL has to change.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with film director Spike Lee about Trump & the NFL. [LEE - offer views on Trump criticizing mothers with his son of a bitch comment, that if the NFL wants unity Colin Kaepernick should have a job, that there will be more protests on Sunday, that the narrative is about police brutality, the role of sports & race as with Muhammad Ali, that the Trump bandwagon will be on the wrong side of history & things are escalating, what Kareem Abdul Jabbar said about Trump, the issue of racial inequality & how race is always under the surface.]

Cooper, Anderson

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