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Donald Trump isn’t letting up in his criticism of ‘softer’ NFL

  During his run for president, Donald Trump has been highly critical of the NFL, a sport he sees as growing “soft like the country has become soft” and he repeated that theme Wednesday at a rally in Florida, zeroing in on concussion protocol. A woman fainted during his speech and he took the opportunity […]
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