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Other liberal commentators turned up the dial to apoplectic, contrasting Trump's critique of player protests in the NFL to his reaction to a white nationalist march in Charlottesville, Virgina last month.'Trump thinks football players who peacefully protest should be fired but white nationalists who march are good folks #Take AKnee,' wrote Ed Krassenstein, editor of Independent Reporter. She wrote: 'Can't wait to see Trump pallin' around with NFL owners after he said NFL employees who exercise their first amendment rights should be fired.' In his remarks, Trump also told the rally's attendees that he was part of the reason the NFL has seen viewership drop in recent months.'Now the No.
1 reason happens to be, they like watching what's happening with yours truly,' he said.
Trump also said that 15-yard penalties for 'beautiful' tackles were 'ruining the game.' More than 30 years ago, Donald Trump bought a franchise in the upstart United States Football League.
He then led his fellow owners to sue the NFL in a high-stakes antitrust case.
Whether fixing these mistakes would have been enough to make a spring league viable remains the subject of heated debate decades later, according to interviews with those involved at the time.
After Stephen Curry declared, 'I don't want to go', Trump tweeted: 'Going to the White House is considered a great honor for a championship team.
Stephen Curry is hesitating, therefore invitation is withdrawn!
But by the end of the inaugural 1983 season, enthusiasm had ebbed and some cornerstone franchises were struggling. To people who cared about sports, as opposed to New York development deals, Trump's name wasn't widely known.
But the tryouts for the Generals' 'Brig-A-Dears' cheerleading squad drew broad coverage, setting the stage for a media bonanza.
Following Trumps's remarks, some NFL players were quick to join in responding to them.'Does anyone tell trump to stick to politics, like they tell us to stick to sports? George Iloka, a safety for the Cinncinnati Bengals, had this to say: 'I can’t take anything our Celebrity in Chief says seriously.