Similarly, Curry said: "I agree with 'Bron".
Hordes of media crowded around the lockers of the usual suspects - Malcolm Jenkins, Chris Long, Zach Ertz, Jason Kelce - and the questions went nearly exclusively about the White House, Donald Trump and, really, not at all about football. Brady also didn't make an appearance in 2017 and that reportedly made Trump angry.
"She's doing great", President Trump said at the headquarters of the Federal Emergency Management Agency for a 2018 hurricane season briefing, where he was joined by the first lady. Smith-Pelly, one of two black Capitals players, spoke about Trump to Canada's Postmedia.
No matter whose team wins the National Basketball Association championship, neither superstar will be at the White House anytime soon.
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Nutter also gave credit to players Malcolm Jenkins and Chris Long for their leadership on the "real issues", both of whom have been outspoken activists on social justice issues.
Curry said the team has been on the same page after his comments a year ago and Trump's subsequent revoking of the Warriors' invitation.
"What you've seen and what you've heard is enough". None of the Eagles players knelt during the anthem at any point last season. Trump insinuates that protesters are anti-military and against the NFL new policy, which states that players must stand during the National Anthem unless they're in the locker room.
"The White House felt the rug was pulled out from under them", said Fox News contributor Raymond Arroyo on Fox News' "The Ingraham Angle" Wednesday night.
"It will be nice when we can just get back to normal in three years", Kerr said. I think far too many people stick to their little bubbles and they don't open their minds to different viewpoints.