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Trevor Noah: Trump Has Disrespected the Country More Than Any NFL Player

Trevor Noah: Trump Has Disrespected the Country More Than Any NFL Player

On Monday night, Trevor Noah weighed in on President Trump's remarks attacking NFL players that kneel during the national anthem. "How is that ungrateful?" Exec producer Bodow vouched for Noah's ability to do just that, saying that as far back as autumn 2015, Noah was "swearing up and down that Donald Trump was going to win the election" - an opinion that had the producer second-guessing the show's decision to hire Noah as Jon Stewart's replacement.

"Wow, son of a bitch?", Colbert said. Because there's one thing that's a fact: "you can not protest if you're black". "Let's just take a step back and consider how embarrassing it is that news anchors now have to introduce comments from the president by warning little children to leave the room", he said.

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The comments made by President Donald Trump might have meant to turn professional athletes exercising their Constitutional rights into enemies of the state, but it appears to have had the opposite effect.

He then explained how Trump's latest comments are illustrative of Trump's racism: "By now it should be clear to everybody who Donald Trump is and what he represents. Colin Kaepernick's mom, after seeing the president of the United States call her son a "son of a bitch", tweeted, 'Guess that makes me one proud bitch'". They're not protesting the American flag. When black athletes peacefully protest racism and police brutality, Trump has no trouble summoning his outrage. "There should be a flag on that play. I could say that with confidence".

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Twenty-eight N.F.L. teams released statements supporting the players, Colbert said, and on Sunday the protest inflated from fewer than 10 players to more than 250.

Colbert then addressed the president's tweetstorm regarding the Dallas Cowboys' whole team kneeling before the anthem, which included a tweet that read: " The booing at the NFL football game last night, when the entire Dallas team dropped to its knees, was the loudest I have ever heard". "Just like your presidency".

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