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Kansas City Chiefs player wears image of Trump meeting Kanye West during Super Bowl press conference

Kansas City Chiefs player wears  image of Trump meeting Kanye West during Super Bowl press conference
A Kansas City Chiefs' football player wore a sweatshirt with the image of President Donald Trump meeting Kanye West during a press conference just ahead of the Super Bowl.
Defensive end Frank Clark was immediately asked about the sweatshirt, and he smiled as he explained that a friend had given him the garment.
"Never forget man!" he responded. "Y'all know the moment when Donald Trump met Kanye, a very historical moment in our history!"
The comment elicited laughter from the sports journalists, and Clark laughed along with them.
The sweatshirt read "never forget" in capital letters over the famous image. The photograph was taken after the iconic rapper met then-President-elect Donald Trump at Trump Tower in December 2016.

Here's a screenshot of the image:


West later made headlines when he wore a "Make America Great Again" hat and encouraged African-Americans to question their political allegiance to the Democratic party.
The president was a vocal critic of the NFL over the "Black Lives Matters" protests taken up by many players who kneeled during the performance of the national anthem at games.
The Kansas City Chiefs will face the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV on Sunday.

Here's the video of the press conference: 

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