President Trump to Clinton: ‘Hillary, Please Run Again’ in 2020

By NTK Staff | 10.16.2017 @3:02pm

"Hillary, please run again," Trump declared during a press conference, on Monday.

President Trump pleaded with Hillary Clinton to run for president again during a press conference with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) on Monday.

A reporter asked Trump about Clinton, saying that she doesn’t think players who kneel during the national anthem are disrespecting the flag. The reporter pointed out how Trump tweeted his desire that Clinton run for president again in 2020.

“Oh, I hope Hillary runs. Is she going to run…Hillary, please run again,” Trump told the reporter before allowing him to finish his question.

Trump explained to the reporter how believes that NFL players who kneel during the national anthem are disrespecting the American flag.

“Honestly, it’s that thinking, that’s the reason she lost the election,” Trump told the reporter. “When you go down and take a knee or any other way, you’re sitting, essentially, for our great national anthem. You are disrespecting our flag, and you are disrespecting our country.”

Trump than expressed his belief that the NFL should have suspended some of these players who kneeled during the national anthem.

“If Hillary Clinton actually made the statement that, in a form, sitting down during the playing of our great national anthem is not disrespectful, then I fully understand why she didn’t win,” Trump continued. “I think that her statement in itself is very disrespectful to our country.”

American Urban Radio Networks’ April Ryan pointed out to Trump that NFL players are protesting the police involved in shootings of unarmed African Americans.

“It is very disrespectful to our country when they take a knee during the national anthem,” Trump responded. “It is highly disrespectful. They shouldn’t do it.”

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