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    President Trump doubled down Tuesday on his criticism of NFL players kneeling during the national anthem, calling the protests “disgraceful” and blatantly disrespectful to veterans who fought for flag and country.“I don’t think you can disrespect our country, our flag, our national anthem,” Trump said at a Rose Garden press conference.

  2. Trump was, of course, referring to the phenomenon of kneeling during the singing of the national anthem, which had been sparked by San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick during the 2016 pre-season. Trump was quick to claim that his opposition was “not about race” and only about “disrespecting the flag.”

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  4. Trump, knowing the madness was going on around him, ignored the Democrats and scorched the NFL National Anthem Protests (Days Before the Super Bowl), he praised America's heroes including military members, law enforcement, and emergency services personnel who responded in a number of natural disasters, and he called for the American family to ...

  5. Dec 08, 2013 · If anything, the bulk of the Obama forces and DHS will be sticking to “Green Zones” that will be mostly in major cities and hubs of power like D.C., NYC, LA and Chicago. You know, where the “important” and “valuable” people will be, and where Obama’s power base will be located. Them Guys on December 9, 2013 at 4:56 am.

  6. The federal system functions, more or less, because of the authority of national over state laws, which trump local laws; crucial assistance provided by states and local governments to execute national policy; the comple-mentary capacities of the three levels of government; and the intergovernmental lobby.

  7. Feb 01, 2007 · BOSTON -- Two men who authorities say placed electronic advertising devices around the city were released from jail Thursday, apparently amused with the publicity stunt that stirred fears of terrorism and shut down parts of the city. Peter Berdovsky, 27, and Sean Stevens, 28, were released on $2,500 cash bond after each pleaded not guilty to ...