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NFL players, the knees while the national anthem seem to be OK with US Sen. Marco Rubio, how long you run, and functions of the civil service away from the football field.

The was appeared the message of the Republican of Florida, to communicate, to Wednesday, as he was at Twitter, the support for wide receiver Kenny Stills of the Miami Dolphins.

“No @NFL player has tweeted more service to community than @KStills @Miami dolphins,” Rubio. “You don’t need to explain how or why he has chosen to exercise the 1. To detect change before each game, to the hours he gives, to serve as a volunteer,on his day,his fellow Americans.”

No @NFL player has more service to community than @KStills @Miami dolphins. You don’t have to explain how or why he has chosen to exercise the 1. To detect change before each game, to the hours he gives, to serve as a volunteer on his free day,to his fellow citizens. https://t.co/3C7IL4sztP

— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) September 12, 2018

Rubio message Stills have retweeted the tweet in which the player photos of herself to the other dolphins, you have visited disabled war veterans this week as part of the team “#community Tuesday” effort.

U.S. sen Marco Rubio, R-Fla., didn’t always see eye-to-eye with President Trump.

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The visit to the hospital of the dolphins players came two days after the team began the regular season at home with a 27-20 victory over the Tennessee Titans.

Before the game, Stills and team-mate Albert Wilson knelt during the season of the “The Star-Spangled Banner,” drawing praise from former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, the Initiator of the gesture during the 2016 season as a protest against police brutality against minorities.

To show “my brethren @kstills and @ithinkisee12 still, their unwavering strength through the fight for the oppressed!” Kaepernick wrote. “You have not subsided, even if you are attacked and intimidated. Her courage will move the world forward!”

To show my brothers @kstills and @ithinkisee12 still, their unwavering strength through the fight for the oppressed! You have not subsided, even if you are attacked and intimidated. Your courage moved the world forward!

“Love is the root of our resistance!”✊? pic.twitter.com/2kSsX4s7EU

— Colin Kaepernick (@Kaepernick7) 9. September 2018

Kaepernick protest has moved, with the support of many NFL players and fans divided. It also triggered the criticism of a President Trump and many war veterans have argued that the protesters, while the national anthem is disrespect to the flag and to the contributions of those who serve in the army.

For Rubio, his praise for Stills seemingly puts him once again into conflict with President Trump. Rubio and Trump collided during the 2016 presidential campaign, with Trump often referring to the senator as a “Little Marco” Rubio jokes about Trump, the “little hands”.

More recently, Rubio in this week criticized trump for the admission of additional sanctions against Nations or individuals, which interfere with the upcoming US elections.

Some people said to be familiar with trump’s executive order, it was intended, in part, to displace, possibly stronger measures from the Congress.

Rubio, Sr., Chris Van Hollen, D-Md., a joint statement issued Wednesday, said Trump’s “goes far enough.”

“The United States can continue and must do more,” the statement. “We need to make sure that Vladimir Putin’s Russia or any other foreign actor who understands that we decided to react and to impose the punishment of consequences, against those who interfere in our democracy.”

In a tweet, however, Rubio appeared to tone the criticism.

The @WhiteHouse & @POTUS deserve credit for taking this action. You have as much as you could do with an executive order but are limited to go further, without laws. We need to pass the #DeterAct & are open to reasonable changes https://t.co/wJAuBLAUVU

— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) September 12, 2018

“The @WhiteHouse & @POTUS deserve credit for taking this action,” Rubio wrote. “You have as much as you could do with an executive order but are limited to go further, without legislation.”

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