Here's What Came Out Of President Trump's Call With Sports Commissioners Today
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President Donald Trump had a call with the commissioners of a number of leagues that included...
Here's what came out of the call...

In a conference call with major league sports commissioners on Saturday, President Donald Trump said he believes the NFL season should start on time in September, sources familiar with the call told ESPN.

Trump also said he hopes to have fans back in stadiums and arenas by August and September, sources said, though it is currently unclear if medical experts find that to be a realistic timeline amid the current coronavirus pandemic.
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KAG 2020!!!
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God if only Sleepy Joe or that guy Hillary were making the important decisions for the country right now everything would be so much better!
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Give him a couple of minutes and he'll probably tweet the opposite and everyone can just pick the one the like most.
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Pipe dream. Crack pipe dream.
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Business must start up a lot sooner than September. The NFL won't be leading the way on the economy coming back.
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Trumps an idiot. Stop making predictions. He said last week that thing would be back to normal by April 12.
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I mean, he is an idiot. I'm not a Democrat. It you don't think he's a moron (even if you support him) then you're a moron too
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Jared Kushner is an idiot, too, and I'm not a Democrat, either.
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I bet Vince McMahon went bananas if someone sneezed in this call
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Not a Trump fan, but I'm glad the friction between Trump and the NFL going away is pleasant. That shite was so dumb a few years ago. The history between the NFL and Trump over the last three decades played a major part in that.
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Screw the NFL and their unpatriotic garbage.
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Imjustafatkid okay bud. Whatever you say. Lol
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