Trump says he’s spoke with Jerry Jones after protests

President Donald Trump says he has spoken to Dallas Cowboys
owner Jerry Jones amid his extended attacks on NFL players for
kneeling during the national anthem.
On Twitter Wednesday, Trump says the two spoke Tuesday. He says:
“Jerry is a winner who knows how to get things done. Players will
stand for Country!”
On Monday night, Jones — a supporter of Trump — and his players
knelt, arm-in-arm, before the anthem, then rose for the playing of the
song ahead of the team’s victory at the Arizona Cardinals.
Trump has spent days lashing out at players who kneel, a practice
that started with a handful of players to protest racial issues,
including police brutality.
Responding to Trump, hundreds of players have been sitting,
kneeling, locking arms or remaining in locker rooms.

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