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Obama: Colin Kaepernick should 'listen to the pain' he may cause by sitting out national anthem

President Barack Obama on Wednesday at a town hall addressed controversy surrounding Colin Kaepernick and other NFL football players who have chosen to take a knee during the national anthem at games as a form of protest against perceived racial injustice in the criminal justice system. A military service member, First Lieutenant James Sutter, noted that he believes the national anthem is "a time which.
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