A Man Wearing a Colin Kaepernick Shirt Is Kicked Out Of a Donald Trump Rally

The last rally of Donald Trump had an unexpected moment and that has raised controversy in the United States. A man was expelled from the precinct where the president of the United States was for wearing a Colin Kaepernick shirt.

His name is Saul Eugene and he is 23 years old. In words to 'Time', Eugene acknowledges that in the past he has worked with Democratic politicians. His goal was clear: "Send a message without using many words."


Colin Kaepernick has not played since the 2016 season, when he decided to bow his knee when the American anthem sounded before the games, becoming a symbol of the fight against police brutality.

"He gave up his entire career to fight for the things he believed in," says Eugene. The young man says he was wearing a jacket over his shirt that ended up outside the Target Center.



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