Donald Trump Jr. "fixed" Kaepernick Nike ad with father's face

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When Kaepernick and I met and talked just six days later, a few hours before the 49ers were set to play the San Diego Chargers, we discussed a lot, but more importantly we listened to each other. According to AP, the college is staying true to its previous condemnation of the divisive and unpopular anthem protest by announcing that it is removing all uniforms they've purchased from Nike featuring the brand's famous logo.

Last fall, it added a stipulation to its contracts for competition in all sports, requiring that all participating players and coaches display reverence toward "The Star-Spangled banner" and the USA flag. "We also believe that those who know what sacrifice is all about are more likely to be wearing a military uniform than an athletic uniform".

At his Montana rally on Thursday night, Trump responded to Nike's new ad featuring Kaepernick.

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Trump has criticized Kaepernick since the campaign trail, and continues to rail against NFL players who protest during the national anthem. As a camera pans to reveal Kaepernick's face, a reflection of a United States flag is visible on the facade of a building behind him. "Take it from me, when I say they sacrificed everything, they also sacrificed the lives of their loved ones who will never be the same", Kyle added.

Kaepernick tweeted out a two-minute version of the Nike ad on Wednesday. "Stay that way, because what nonbelievers fail to understand is that calling a dream insane is not an insult, it's a compliment". To celebrate that rich diversity, the second film in the JDI series, "Dream Crazy", focuses on a collection of stories that represent athletes who are household names and those who should be.

Kaepernick's grievance against the league and team owners accuses owners of colluding to keep him off any roster.

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Senator Ron Johnson, a Republican, said in an interview on ABC's "This Week". Presidential documents would typically be reviewed by the National Archives.

However, Boyer can understand why the campaign's ad - and its message - could bother some veterans.

The commercial ends with Kaepernick speaking to the camera and saying, "So don't ask if your dreams are insane. Ask if they are insane enough".

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