Fallon: Excuse Me Mr. President, There’s No Rule Against Peaceful Protest

‘This all started on Friday when Trump said that NFL team owners should fire any son of a ‘B’ who doesn’t stand for the national anthem’

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FALLON: "This all started on Friday when Trump said that NFL team owners should fire any son of a B who doesn't stand for the national anthem. Check out what one sports icon had to stay about trump's statement. "Excuse me, Mr. President. But I literally am a son of a a B. And there's no rule against peaceful protest, just like there's no rule against dogs playing basketball."
 

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