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  • Dallas Cowboys fans want players to play and President Trump to stick to politics

    Dallas Cowboys players stood with their hands over their hearts, while the national anthem was played inside AT&T Stadium, before they took on the Los Angeles Rams. Fans shared differing opinions on player’s protesting, but agreed that President Donald Trump should stick to politics.

Dallas Cowboys fans want players to play and President Trump to stick to politics

Dallas Cowboys players stood with their hands over their hearts, while the national anthem was played inside AT&T Stadium, before they took on the Los Angeles Rams. Fans shared differing opinions on player’s protesting, but agreed that President Donald Trump should stick to politics.
Prescotte Stokes III pstokes@star-telegram.com