Donald Trump Offers To Let NFL Players Pick Who He Pardons

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You shouldn't go in a locker room when our national anthem is playing. "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", Tim Malloy, assistant director of the poll said. The Hill noted no Eagles player knelt during the anthem over the past season.

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"We have a great country, you should stand for our national anthem". 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.

Trump said the protests, thus far, have been all "talk", but he wants players to recommend people he should pardon that have been treated unfairly by the justice system. If that request is approved by the arbitrator, University of Pennsylvania law professor Stephen Burbank, the attorneys for the players could seek subpoenas in federal court to compel Trump and Pence to testify under the Federal Arbitration Act.

"I think initially I totally supported the players in what they were doing, because it's America - people should be able to really speak about their choices and show them [in] doing that", Ross told the New York Daily News in March. Trump also said if his review committee determines the people the athletes recommend for pardons were unfairly treated, "then we will pardon them or at least let them out".

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Jenkins in particular fought back against the negative wave of media attention by bringing poster boards to his locker while reporters were present this week.

After heaping praise on "intelligent athletes" like Philadelphia Eagles players Malcolm Jenkins and Chris Long, as well as free agent Colin Kaepernick, for giving money to good causes, Dyson slammed "narrow-minded" Trump for speaking out against the anthem protests. "And I understand that".

Last month Trump posthumously pardoned heavyweight boxing champion Jack Johnson, whose legacy was soiled by a racially tainted criminal conviction, after actor Sylvester Stallone championed the case.

Pardoning Ali, who was convicted of draft evasion for refusing induction into the Army during the Vietnam War, could similarly buoy Trump within the black community.

At a rally in Louisville, Kentucky, last year, Trump switched gears from talking about the nation's urban communities to calling out the quarterback.

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