Miami Dolphins wide receiver Kenny Stills Stephen Ross on his plans to host a trump president for New York later this week.
Stills, who has been one of several NFL players to kneel during the national anthem – a bid to call attention to perceived racial injustices across the US – criticized Ross' nonprofit organization's mission statement.
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"Trump "He tweeted.
Ross owns the RISE organization. RISE stands for Ross Initiative in Sports for Equality.
Trump is expected to attend a luncheon in Southampton, New York, at Ross' home, according to The Washington Post. $ 250,000
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Tickets for the photo-op and lunch reportedly cost $ 1
"They agree on some things and disagree on others, specifically on the rhetoric around race," the source told the newspaper. "With regards to race, Stephen's record on fighting racism speaks for itself.
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Stills is entering its sixth season with the Dolphins. He caught 37 passes for 553 yards and six touchdowns in 15 games.