The move to scrap the visit - originally planned for Tuesday - comes after a tumultuous 2017 season that saw Trump launch furious assaults on mostly black National Football League players who took the knee.
The Philadelphia Eagles are ready to move on from the saga surrounding United States president Donald Trump's decision to uninvite them from the traditional White House visit to celebrate their Super Bowl victory. In other words, the vast majority of the Eagles team chose to abandon their fans.Upon learning these facts, the President made a decision to change the event so that it would be a celebration of the American flag with Eagles fans and performances by United States Marine Band and the United States Army Chorus.
Jenkins' comments come two days after the White House announced Monday night that the Eagles had been disinvited from a Super Bowl celebration hours before it was to take place.
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"I was looking forward to it. Listen, you win a world championship or an NCAA title or anything, you want to be recognized that way", Pederson said, when asked if teams should just stop going to the White House altogether. The NFL Players Association criticized the policy on twitter, alleging that it violates their first amendment right to peacefully protest.
There will be no White House visit for the champions.
Meanwhile, Sen. Bob Casey (D-Pa.) said if the Eagles are not at the White House, then he won't show up for "this political stunt".
Though there has been rampant speculation in Washington about alternate explanations for Melania Trump's absence from the public eye, most of the stories the president alleged were never published in the news media.
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The Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers meet Friday night in Game 4 of the NBA Finals. "I mean, we'll see", Trump said. This seems to be a never-ending battle, and won't be resolved until Trump is out of office.
Smith also added that "No one refused to go simply because Trump "insists" folks stand for the anthem".
The second one gave the number of people shot and killed by police this year, and the sign pointed to the glaring statistical difference of African-American men in the USA population and the percentage of people killed by police who are black males. The men and women that wanted to go should've been able to go.
"This can't be serious".
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