White House visits become political litmus test for athletes

White House visits become political litmus test for athletes

White House visits become political litmus test for athletes

Farred said that while Trump is likely to return to the issue, he risks overplaying his hand: "How many swing voters can he afford to alienate?"

It was her first appearance away from the White House since she and the president traveled to Joint Base Andrews to welcome home three Americans who had been released from detention in North Korea. "So we just have to continue to stay on topic and continue to push the issues - and not this narrative of who's right and who's wrong, but what are the reasons why players are even so passionate about this".

To be fair, nobody crowded around Qualls' locker - he's a reserve defensive tackle jostling for a roster spot.

The White House has been working to prepare documents for a growing list of potential pardons or commutations under consideration by President Donald Trump, two senior administration officials told ABC News Thursday.

There was at least one common theme - a united front.

"To go as far as to say Melania might have been abused and that's why we haven't seen her in a while, that's ridiculous", Tomi Lahren said on "Fox & Friends". He instead implored Americans to always stand for the national anthem. I think that's important.

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And one of the articles of impeachment prepared against President Richard Nixon in 1974 was for obstruction. Giuliani was not part of Trump's legal team when the letter was written, he said he stands by most of it.

No Eagles players appear to have kneeled during the season.

Wallace said in a statement released by Fox News on Tuesday that "To clarify, no members of the team knelt in protest during the national anthem throughout regular or post-season a year ago". "I was looking forward to going down". Players such as Brandon Brooks said it was a team decision not to attend the gathering on the White House lawn.

Also Wednesday, hockey player Devante Smith-Pelly said he would skip a White House visit if the Washington Capitals win the Stanley Cup.

"An opportunity, I think, was floated around as an idea", Jenkins said of a sit-down with President Donald Trump. On Monday, wide receiver Torrey Smith wrote on Twitter that "It's a cowardly act to cancel the celebration because the majority of the people don't want to see you".

The first sign read "You aren't listening" while others referenced the number of people shot by police this year, statistics about the criminal justice system and the charity work of various National Football League players, including Colin Kaepernick. On May 10, she was admitted to Walter Reed Army Medical Center for what the White House described as a minor kidney procedure, one which is usually done outpatient.

"That's weird. Trump is canceling events if a lot of people aren't showing up?"

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