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He was also among the Eagles who had previously said they wouldn't attend a ceremony at the White House if invited.

Malcolm Jenkins #27 of the Philadelphia Eagles speaks to the media during Super Bowl LII media availability on January 31, 2018 at Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota.

Wallace said in a statement released by Fox News on Tuesday that "To clarify, no members of the team knelt in protest during the national anthem throughout regular or post-season past year".

Trump went on to attack reporters whom he said had seen Melania Trump but had not talked about it publicly.

With criticism mounting throughout the morning Tuesday, the White House issued a statement defending its decision because Eagles players had "abandoned" their fans.

Kerr, like San Antonio Spurs Coach Gregg Popovich, has been outspoken in his criticism of Trump, and found it particularly ironic that the Eagles have been actively been doing "good deeds in their communities".

"The people of our country love you, so thank you, honey", he said to her.

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That was his message on Wednesday to a voracious press as he steadfastly declined to entertain questions about President Donald Trump's cancellation of his team's visit to the White House after the team tried to pull a fast one on the chief executive.

"I'm exhausted of the narrative being about the anthem, about the White House or whatever", Jenkins told McManus following a meeting with public defenders from around the country on bail reform.

The Eagles were scheduled to visit the White House on Tuesday, but Trump canceled the visit on Monday in an announcement on Twitter. The invitation to the event was canceled over what Mr. Trump said is a disagreement on standing during the national anthem.

When asked about the team being accused of a political stunt, Pederson said he wouldn't discuss it.

The Eagles players said the issue isn't really a galvanizing force for the team because it is already unified. The Eagles organization had left it up to individual players to decide whether they would go.

"I want to take this opportunity to explain why young Americans stand for our national anthem". One player knelt in the pre-season, but he ended up getting cut before the season started.

Kevin Durant agreed with LeBron and Steph, ESPN reported, quoting him as saying, "We get it at this point". I'm not too into politics, so I don't know all his other views, but his rhetoric I definitely don't agree with. I think far too many people stick to their little bubbles and they don't open their minds to different viewpoints.

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