In Kentucky, Trump takes a shot at Colin Kaepernick

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The president will appear at Freedom Hall.

"They think there might be protests or Trump will tweet about the team", Bleacher Report quoted the general manager as saying.

Kaepernick, now a free agent, has been struggling to get picked up by another team - which Trump relayed to a packed arena here during what was billed as a campaign rally. I just saw that.

In an interview past year, Kaepernick explained that he was refusing to stand during the national anthem because he did not want "to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color".

"I said, 'If I remember that one, I'm going to report it to the people of Kentucky, ' because they like it when people actually stand for the American flag, right?"

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Kaepernick has reportedly said he will stand for the national anthem during the 2017 NFL season.

The crowd full of thousands of Trump supporters cheered.

The article Trump seemed to referencing originated from Bleacher Report on Friday. President Trump's budget eliminates public services and anti-poverty programs, such as Meals on Wheels, which allows many low-income seniors to stay in their homes. The executive said about 10 percent of National Football League teams have this mindset.

Another 20 percent don't think Kaepernick is a good quarterback and the rest don't want him because they personally disagree with his kneeling protest.

"Second, some teams fear the backlash from fans after getting him". Then there's another 10 percent that has a mix of those feelings'.