Donald Trump references Colin Kaepernick at Kentucky rally

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"They think there might be protests or Trump will tweet about the team", Bleacher Report quoted the general manager as saying.

He told the crowd at the Kentucky Exposition Center NFL owners are tired to sign the supporter of the Black Lives Matter movement because they fear a Trump tweet. "Do you believe that?" the president said, prompting an ovation from the crowd at Freedom Hall.

President Trump took a shot at none other than Colin Kaepernick during his Louisville rally tonight.

During his remarks Monday, Trump did not refer to Kaepernick by name, instead calling him "your San Francisco quarterback".

In an interview past year, Kaepernick explained that he was refusing to stand during the national anthem because he did not want "to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color".

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Senate Judiciary Committee, where he has been chief counsel to the ranking Democrat, Sen Dianne Feinstein, of California. He would act as senior enforcement counsel within the state office, the Wall Street Journal first reported Sunday.

"I'm just reporting the news", he continued. I said if I remember that one I'm gonna report it to the people of the Kentucky.

Comey also said during a hearing before the House Intelligence Committee Monday that he had "no information" to support Trump's allegations that former President Obama wiretapped his phones at Trump Tower.

There is no confirmation - just speculation - that teams fear backlash from even Trump if they were to sign Kaepernick, who would kneel during the national anthem last season.

Overall, Kentucky has seen one of the largest national drops in the uninsured rate, falling from from a staggering 20.4 percent before Obamacare to 7.8 percent after it was implement - cut by nearly two-thirds.

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