Published: Sun, June 10, 2018
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Colin Kaepernick to Subpoena Pres. Trump, VP Pence in Case Against NFL

Colin Kaepernick to Subpoena Pres. Trump, VP Pence in Case Against NFL

According to a report from CNN, Trump has now said that he would like to talk with the players who still continue kneeling for the anthem about suggestions for pardons. "They seem to be saying, "You can still love your country and kneel during its Anthem, ' but the NFL's new 'must stand" mandate is fine with them, too", said Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac Poll. He offered to let them name people they feel were unfairly treated by the justice system and he would pardon them.

Trump also floated the idea of pardoning the late boxing legend Muhammad Ali, who was convicted for refusing to fight in Vietnam.

The players' legal team will begin the process by reaching out to the White House for the deposition in the next week, according to the person.

The NFL has chosen to listen only to those fans who believe protesting during the national anthem isn't patriotic.

"I think we generated a conversation, and you can see this with Malcolm Jenkins, they're not just talking, they're not just generating conversation by kneeling, they didn't kneel on the Philadelphia Eagles or hold up their hands", Dyson stated.

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"You have to stand proudly for the national anthem or you shouldn't be playing - you shouldn't be there", Trump said in an interview with "Fox & Friends".

Kaepernick became the first player to sit and later kneel during the anthem as a way of protesting police brutality and racial injustice. This comes just a few days after the Eagles' White House visit, when Trump, in part, cited differing viewpoints on protests during the national anthem.

"I think we'll have the Caps, we'll see", Trump said, referring to the Washington Capitals, which clinched the Stanley Cup on Thursday night. Even so, the new policy has been criticized by many players and other observers who have accused the league and owners of capitulating to Trump, who said the new policy was the right thing for the NFL to do.

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"I don't have to do it, never did anything wrong", Trump said.

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