Members of the Dallas Cowboys link arms before the National Anthem at the start of the NFL game against the Arizona Cardinals at the University of Phoenix Stadium on September 25, 2017 in Glendale, Arizona. Christian Petersen/Getty Images/AFP
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US President Donald Trump once again lashed out at the National Football League on Tuesday, adding heat to brewing controversy over the right of players to hold symbolic protests.Trump has been locked in a days-long feud with NFL players, owners and league officials over the symbolic gesture intended to draw attention to racial injustice in the United States.Trump had ignited tumult by attacking players like Colin Kaepernick -- who first took a knee through renditions of the US national anthem during last year's American football season -- as a "son of a bitch" who should be fired.A number of owners and the NFL commissioner have issued statements objecting to Trump's comments.
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