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NFL » Here we go Again » Today 8:27 am

Just Fred
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This whole thing probably stems from the fact the owners and commissioner blocked his effort to buy a franchise several years ago.  He's probably still pissed about that so he's doing one of those, "Well, I'll show YOU" things.

When little kids won't  let somebody play in the sand box for one reason or another, the spurned bully looks for a way to mess up the sand box.  If I were Goodell, I'd tell him to jam it. 

NFL » Here we go Again » Today 6:41 am

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Trump thinks that he has a winning issue for midterms.
Saving folks from opioids?
Revitalizing coal communities?
Affordable health insurance?

No. No. And No.

President Donald Trump tweets about NFL national anthem debate that is 'alive and well again'

President Donald Trump is once again inserting himself into the culture war over protests by NFL athletes during the national anthem.

The league and the NFL Players Association issued a joint statement Thursday that said "no new rules relating to the anthem will be issued or enforced for the next several weeks" while both sides hold discussions to figure out how to move forward.

Trump tweeted on Friday that he "can't believe" the debate has reignited after The Associated Press reported on the Miami Dolphins formally telling players they could be punished for protesting on the field. The NFL and NFL Players Association said in a joint statement Thursday night they were halting enforcement of all anthem rules while they work out a solution.

Trump took to Twitter to critique the policy, call for action from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and suggest his own penalties.

National News » Gee, This Should Work Out Well » Yesterday 8:38 pm

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The stupid rubes that support this "trade wars are easy to win" egomaniac man will pay the biggest price.

Serves them right ! 

National News » Gee, This Should Work Out Well » Yesterday 11:31 am

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President Trump said he’s prepared to impose tariffs on all $505 billion in goods that China imports into the U.S. if the trade war he ignited escalates.

“I’m ready to go 500,” Trump told CNBC’s Joe Kernan in an interview that aired Friday on the network’s Squawk Box program.

Trump has slapped tariffs on $34 billion in Chinese goods and threatened another $416 billion in duties.

Citing the $375 billion trade deficit the U.S. runs with China, as well as large gaps with other countries, Trump said, “They are taking advantage of us … We have been ripped off by China for a long time.”

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