The sports world has responded to President Trump’s criticisms of NFL players who protest against the national anthem. On Friday night, Trump gave a fiery speech in Huntsville, Alabama, while speaking at a rally for Republican Senate candidate Luther Strange.
Former Los Angeles Lakers Kobe Bryant jumped onto the anti-Trump bandwagon, Saturday evening, tweeting that President Donald Trump’s very name “inspires hatred.”
After President Donald Trump’s Saturday tweet disinviting the Golden State Warriors from visiting the White House, NBA star LeBron James retaliated with a tweet of his own calling the president a “bum.”
With Tuesday’s Alabama special GOP primary only days away, Luther Strange’s campaign for a full term in the U.S. Senate is giving the media, especially conservative-leaning media, an increasingly cold shoulder and keeping their man under wraps.
Sen. Luther Strange (R-AL) may have been disappointed with the somewhat tortured thumbs-up he received from President Trump Friday.
Breitbart News’s Matthew Boyle gave a stark assessment of President Trump’s decision to back establishment favorite Sen. Luther Strange.
Hillary Clinton said on MSNBC Saturday that women who support President Trump are “publicly disrespecting themselves.”
With President Donald J. Trump entering the anthem debate, expect player protests aplenty at NFL Stadiums around the country. Also expect some very good games, with the Atlanta Falcons-Detroit Lions game at the top of the list.
Kristin Davison, Karl Rove’s ex-chief of staff whom Luther Strange hired in Alabama to lead his campaign, tweeted in December 2015 that she believes that President Donald Trump’s “new best pal” is Russian President Vladimir Putin.