Ex-Philadelphia Eagles player defends former team: Trump made a poor decision

US President Donald Trump commends one of the US Army Chorus members at the Celebration of America at the White House

SUSAN WALSH AP US President Donald Trump commends one of the US Army Chorus members at the Celebration of America at the White House

The person spoke on condition of anonymity Wednesday because of the sensitivity of the issues.

James had a lot more to say about Trump in 2018 after game 2, adding that the president's decision to rescind an invite to the Philadelphia Eagles was "typical of him". "The players didn't create this division". "Like guys said before me, I'm sure whoever wins this series won't be going". "Before the anthem even started, players were involved in these types of social justice issues", Jenkins said.

"The people love you".

"You aren't listening", the first sign read.

"The Philadelphia Eagles are unable to come to the White House with their full team to be celebrated tomorrow.

It's over. What you've seen and what you've heard is enough".

"This is going to be a blanket statement, and then I'm not going to discuss it further", Pederson said at his Wednesday morning news conference.

Trump had written on Twitter, "Going to the White House is considered a great honor for a championship team".

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"We're united. We're a team". It's over. It's behind us.

Berman noted that no Eagles players kneeled during the anthem past year, but Conway asked to "unpack that separately".

Instead, a brief "Celebration of America" was held in which the military band and chorus played the national anthem and God Bless America with some short remarks by Trump between songs.

Trump's self-absorbed psyche immediately paralyzed what little rational thought he possesses when he learned most of the Eagles players would not be accepting his invitation to attend the event, so he disinvited them.

"The things that he spews are straight-up racist and sexist", Smith-Pelly said with the Capitals a victory away from their first title. "I don't think anyone felt pressured either way". And while they've successfully overcome all types of adversity, a 2-0 deficit in the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors represents their biggest challenge yet.

At least two members of the champion team and the National Football League players' union pushed back, saying that the event should have gone forward if any Eagles planned to attend. "You don't need to be out there, you can be in the locker room". "We weren't going to let someone try and formulate an agenda".

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 U.S. population and the percentage of people killed by police who are black males.

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