United States President Donald Trump has come under fire from some critics for the way he sang the national anthem at a college football game on Monday night.
This comment is believed to be relating to the ongoing criticism Trump gave professional football players who kneel during the anthem to protest racial injustice, as well as the NFL itself for allowing it.
President Trump is the oldest person to be elected president in USA history, and his memory has often been called into question. Trump seemed more excited to sing along near the end of the song, according to the pool report.
"We love our flag and we love our anthem and we want to keep it that way", Donald Trump said at the annual gathering of the American Farm Bureau Federation on January 8 again criticising protesters at football matches opposing police brutality.
Kasey Dixon wrote: 'Does @realDonaldTrump even know the words of the Star Spangled Banner?
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"You would think that a man who ran on a platform of pure patriotism and who spent months lecturing athletes about respecting the national anthem, would, at the very least, know the words to the anthem", Meyers began.
There was no such kneeling protest before the game as college players remained in their locker rooms during the anthem. The protest was meant to mock those conservatives who often call liberals "snowflakes".
But supporters praised the president for taking the field, hand on heart.
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