From there, Trump chose to go in on Kaepernick's lack of a job in mid-March, referencing his own impact on the former San Francisco 49ers' signal caller's inability to find a team. They think there might be protests or [President Donald] Trump will tweet about the team.
In the Bleacher Report article, which Trump seemed to reference in Kentucky, an unnamed National Football League executive said some teams were anxious "Trump will tweet about the team". "Do you believe that?" the president said, prompting an ovation from the crowd at Freedom Hall.
On March 7, Kaepernick left the San Francisco 49ers to become a free agent and has yet to be signed.
President Trump took a shot at none other than Colin Kaepernick during his Louisville rally tonight.
Kaepernick's people have made sure to let National Football League teams know that the QB plans to stand for the anthem next season.
"I'm just reporting the news", he continued.
The coach told Bleacher Report: 'Some teams fear the backlash from fans after getting him.
While Kentucky is a conservative state that Trump carried by almost 30 percentage points last fall, it has in many ways become ground zero for the fight over protecting the Affordable Care Act.
Overall, Kentucky has seen one of the largest national drops in the uninsured rate, falling from from a staggering 20.4 percent before Obamacare to 7.8 percent after it was implement - cut by nearly two-thirds. Then there's another 10 percent that has a mix of those feelings'.