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Trump Gives Legendary Shout Out To NFL Draft Pick Who Called Colin Kaepernick A “CLOWN”

Trump Gives Legendary Shout Out To NFL Draft Pick Who Called Colin Kaepernick A “CLOWN”

Nick Bosa was selected second overall by the San Francisco 49ers in the 2019 NFL Draft on Thursday night. He is expected to be one of the very best at his position in the immediate future.

His brother, Joey, was taken third overall by the San Diego Chargers just a couple of years prior.

Both Bosa’s attended Ohio State University. Both are proud American patriots.

Now that Nick plays for the same team Colin Kaepernick played for when he decided to disrespect the national anthem, liberals are calling Bosa out for referring to the kneeling quarterback as a “clown.”

Nick apologized at his first presser with the 49ers.

President Trump took notice, seeing that he and Nick are on the same side – knowing what the liberal media is capable of.

He sent this legendary tweet:

Congratulations to Nick Bosa on being picked number two in the NFL Draft. You will be a great player for years to come, maybe one of the best. Big Talent! San Francisco will embrace you but most importantly, always stay true to yourself. MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!

 

Bosa, the number two overall pick in this year’s NFL draft, apologized Friday night for a series of now deleted social media posts made over the last several years that some found offensive, including a tweet calling former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick a “clown.”

“I’m sorry if I hurt anybody,” he said at his introductory press conference, according to ESPN. “I definitely didn’t intend for that to be the case. I think me being here (San Francisco) is even better for me as a person, because I don’t think there’s anywhere, any city, that you could really be in that would help you grow as much as this one will. I’m going to be surrounded with people of all different kinds, so I’m going to grow as a person. I’m going to be on my own. I’m going to grow up, I’m gonna learn a lot of new things. It’s exciting.”

“No,” Bosa said when asked if he still considered Kaepernick a clown. “It wasn’t directed toward that. It’s not like I’m saying his stance and what he was doing — that’s not what I was talking about at all. It was just a specific thing that happened, and me, as a young kid, a thought popping into my head and, boom, decided to tweet it out. Bad decision. I respect what he’s done. If it empowers

Nick Bosa’s previous social media activity has been under scrutiny for quite some time, but at least one African-American veteran player on the 49ers’ roster said Friday that he’ll withhold judgment until he spends time with the team’s first-round draft pick.

“In this game, it’s such a brotherhood that it doesn’t take long to find out who a man truly is,” the player said. “Kids make mistakes and say wild stuff. I will judge him by the man he is when I meet him and interact with him over time.”

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