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Malcolm Jenkins on Skipping Visit To Trump White House: ‘Not Interested In Photo Ops’ (VIDEO)

Several players from the Super Bowl winning Philadelphia Eagles have already stated their decision when it comes to visiting the White House, and most have declined. Malcolm Jenkins is one of those players who has already stated he was not going to visit Donald Trump at the White House. The Philadelphia Eagles safety recently doubled down on his decision, […]
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