US: Trump's feud with NFL players escalates

More than 100 National Football League players have now sat or knelt during the national anthem to protest US President Donald Trump's call to boycott the game. The players are protesting social and racial injustice.

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    More than 100 National Football League players have now sat or knelt during the national anthem to protest US President Donald Trump's call to boycott the game. The players are protesting social and racial injustice.

    As the number of protesting athletes continues to rise, so too have the president's attacks.

    Al Jazeera's Kimberly Halkett reports from Washington, DC.


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