Published: Sat, June 09, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

Kaepernick's Lawyers Expected to Subpoena Trump in NFL Collusion Case — CBS Sports

Kaepernick's Lawyers Expected to Subpoena Trump in NFL Collusion Case — CBS Sports

Kaepernick had been signed to the 49ers since the 2011 season, but despite leaving the team in March 2017, he has not been signed by anyone else.

President Donald Trump on Friday said he wants to meet with NFL players who protest during the national anthem to get recommendations for further pardons.

Kaepernick and Reid would be expected to attend those depositions if they occur, said the person, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the topic.

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

The players' legal team will begin the process by reaching out to the White House for the deposition in the next week, according to the person.

That last point is significant as the President's legal team has already had a back-and-forth with special counsel Robert Mueller stating that he can't be compelled to testify. The logistics of the pardon could prove curious, however, since the Supreme Court overturned Ali's conviction in 1971, and former President Jimmy Carter offered a blanket pardon to draft evaders in 1977. Clinton provided more than four hours of videotaped sworn testimony in the Washington office of his attorney.

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Not sure if that's where the desperation seems to be if today's allegations turns out to be true. Giuliani", said Stephanie Grisham, her communications director. "She believes in her husband".

Last year, Trump caused an uproar among National Football League players with comments at a political rally in Alabama: "Wouldn't you love to see one of these National Football League owners, when somebody disrespects our flag, to say, 'Get that son of a b--h off the field right now. Out".

By a 53-to-43% margin, Americans say professional athletes have the right to protest on the playing field, though 51% of voters said they support the NFL's new policy requiring players to stand.

"Tell everybody, you can't win this one", Jones recalled Trump saying. "This one lifts me".

The Hill noted the player was the first to start kneeling during the national anthem to protest racial injustice. We have a great country.

Fox News fanned the flames by showing pictures of Eagles players kneeling in prayer - pictures that weren't taken during the performance of the national anthem - prompting player backlash and an official apology. This after recent disclosures that multiple owners had direct talks with Trump about players kneeling during the national anthem.

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