Trump attacks NFL player Marshawn Lynch for standing during Mexican national anthem

Marshawn Lynch sits during US anthem, stands for Mexico anthem prior to Raiders' game vs. Patriots

"Attendance and ratings way down", Trump concluded.

"Was going on big dog", Peters tweeted, "I know we got a lot that needs to be talk about how about we set up a (sit) down with you, me, @MoneyLynch and more and we talk about some (stuff)".

Trump called Lynch a "great disrespect", and he suggested that the National Football League suspend Lynch for the rest of the season and again, claimed the anthem protests are the reason the National Football League attendance and ratings are down without citing any source or records indicating that this be true. When Mexico's national anthem blared throughout the stadium, Lynch allegedly acknowledged the song by standing up.

Her tweet came just hours after the president lashed out at Lynch for sitting for the USA anthem but standing for the Mexican one.

"That's insane", he said of Lynch's actions. He then took a seat before standing again for the Mexican national anthem, although he was "not completely at attention".

Lynch took a seat for the US anthem but stood during Mexico's anthem at Sunday's game in Mexico City.

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As one of the players who has been most vocal and visual in his anti-police brutality and racial inequality protests, Lynch has not let the buzz around the anthem distract him from his demonstrations.

Monday morning, Lynch retweeted her original tweet with the caption, what's "wrong with following the leader?"

"I think what Marshawn did, it nearly undermined all of the work that Colin Kaepernick has done".

This is the second time in two days that Mr Trump has criticised athletes. While overseas, Trump reportedly asked Jinping to help with three UCLA basketball players' shoplifting incident. "And I've made that clear too". Trump wrote in a tweet.

"I should've left them in jail!"

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