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Trump takes a thinly veiled shot at NFL protests in presidential message prior to Super Bowl

President Donald Trump reminded football fans once again that he "proudly stands for the National Anthem," ahead of kickoff of the Super Bowl. Trump's message comes in lieu of a presidential Super Bowl interview — the first time a president has skipped such an interview since the tradition was started by George W. Bush in 2004. President Trump took one final shot at NFL players' protests before kickoff of the Super Bowl on Sunday.
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