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Obama: You may ‘disagree’ with Colin Kaepernick, but he has right to protest

In a town hall meeting televised by CNN on Wednesday, President Obama was asked by a serviceman about NFL players who have been staging protests during the national anthem. Obama elaborated on comments he made about Colin Kaepernick earlier this month, saying that “what makes this country special is that we respect people’s rights to have […]
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