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Trump takes credit for Colin Kaepernick not getting signed by NFL team

On Monday during a rally in Kentucky designed to pull together supporters for the Republican health care plan, President Donald Trump seemed to try to take credit for Colin Kaepernick’s career seemingly coming to an end.

Specifically, Trump pointed out a recent report that no NFL team would sign the free agent because they feared a backlash on Twitter by the president.  Read more.

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