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    Will You All Please Kneel For Our National Anthem?

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    US President Donald Trump’s fundraising committee has opened a petition asking Americans to sign on to a "list of supporters who stand for the National Anthem. Add your name below to show your patriotism and support."

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    This is part of Trump's ongoing feud with NFL players who choose to kneel during the playing of the National Anthem. Fortunately, there are no other problems in the world, freeing up the American president to deal with symbolic trivialities.

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