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Sport Saints' Cameron Jordan rips President Trump after latest anthem tweets

20:06  10 august  2018
20:06  10 august  2018 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan responded to President Donald Trump's latest tweet about player protests during the national anthem in which the president again suggested players should be suspended without pay if they refuse to stand.

Jordan wasn't mincing words as he responded in a series of tweets, calling the president a "goober" and a "prepubescent child."

"Guy who won the presidential election... how about we get a statement on the “unite the right” rally 2 being held in DC this weekend... a yr after the first one in Charlottesville???" Jordan tweeted Friday.

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Saints ' Cameron Jordan 's advice on changing a diaper: 'Walk in with confidence'. Hear FTW writers out loud Latest podcast. More NFL. He spoke out after Trump tweeted disparaging remarks about NFL players protesting during the anthem .

"Only way to say it. What a Goober. He is who I thought he was. Guy is 70+ yr old acting out in what was once the highest respected political position, as a overly insecure prepubescent child...

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Cameron Jordan , two-time Pro Bowl defensive end for the New Orleans Saints , has not been one of the NFL players to protest police brutality and racial inequality by taking a knee or raising a fist during the national anthem . However, after Donald Trump ’s remarks at an Alabama rally on Friday night

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"He won’t govern himself, give him a mentor? Right, members of his cabinet left on their own accord or were dismissed accordingly... But what do I know I’m just a guy who should stick to football."

A Saints fan responded to Jordan's comments, saying he was thinking of giving up his season tickets as a result of the player protests, but Jordan offered to buy his tickets.

Trump's tweet comes after Dolphins receiver Kenny Stills and two-time Super Bowl winner Malcolm Jenkins were among the NFL players who protested during the national anthem on Thursday, as Colin Kaepernick tweeted his support.

The president wrote, in part: "NFL players are at it again. … Numerous players, from different teams, wanted to show their 'outrage' at something that most of them are unable to define. … Find another way to protest. Stand proudly for your National Anthem or be Suspended Without Pay!"

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Saints Pro Bowl defensive end Cameron Jordan explains criticizing Donald Trump 's 'fired' statement on Twitter. Many NFL players were not pleased when President Trump said that NFL owners should begin firing players who protest during the anthem .

The president ripped into NFL players who have kneeled for the national anthem during a speech in Alabama on Friday night. Minnesota Vikings running back Bishop Sankey tweeted : “It’s a shame and disgrace when you have Memo to Trump after his NFL rant: sport is, and always has been, political.

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