U.S. President Donald Trump cancelled a White House celebration in honour of National Football League (NFL) champions Philadelphia Eagles after several of its players and coaches made a decision to not attend the event. The White House said that they would "loudly and proudly play the National Anthem" during the event reported the Hill.
He also said near the end of the speech, "So we stand together for freedom".
"I'm sad for the Eagles that wanted to go, but everybody has their agenda", Garrett said.
Trump had withdrawn an invitation to the team to attend after star Stephen Curry and other players indicated a reluctance to attend.
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The second one gave the number of people shot and killed by police this year, and the sign pointed to the glaring statistical difference of African-American men in the United States population and the percentage of people killed by police who are black males. "I said I wasn't going to the White House a long time ago, so I'm the wrong guy to ask on that".
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"I think that's what Malcolm might be getting at, there is a lack of listening when it comes to that", he said.
The man's actions seem to be a nod to the Philadelphia Eagles after they were disinvited from visiting the White House over an anthem dispute.
"It's not surprising", Curry added. She had not appeared in public since being hospitalized on May 14 for a procedure to treat what the White House called a benign kidney condition.
"I'll be an Eagles fan forever", Fiscus said.
During the 2016 presidential election, he focused on the Democratic campaigns of Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley.
"I'm exhausted of the narrative being about the anthem, about the White House or whatever", Jenkins told McManus following a meeting with public defenders from around the country on bail reform. "We get it at this point, but it's good that guys are sticking to what they believe in..."
Warriors coach Steve Kerr is another Trump critic. He also wasn't surprised. "It's just the way it".