Kaepernick filed a grievance against the NFL in October, alleging the owners conspired to keep him out of the league over his kneeling protest during the national anthem.
The goal of the testimony would be to determine the Trump administration's involvement with NFL owners regarding Kaepernick's free agency and player protests during the national anthem. Reid, 26, appeared in 13 games for San Francisco last season but is now unsigned and has also filed a grievance against the NFL.
"The problem we have is, we have a president who will use that as fodder to do his mission that I don't feel is in the best interests of America", said New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, a friend and supporter of Trump's.
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While testifying as part of the collusion case, several NFL owners said in depositions that Trump factored into conversations about how to handle protests during the national anthem, The Wall Street Journal reported on May 30. The report from Yahoo! further illuminates how Kaepernick's lawyers could build the case for a subpoena.
In his testimony, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Trump spoke with him about the anthem. And even if successful there, that would only let them go to federal court to seek those subpoenas, and there would likely be a giant argument over if the president can be subpoenaed in this kind of matter and if that subpoena could be enforced. "Tell everybody, you can't win this one". And 51 percent opposed fining players who kneeled during the anthem, compared with 44 percent who backed it.
"I am going to ask all of those people to recommend to me, because that's what their protesting, people that they think were unfairly treated by the justice system", Trump said. Republicans, however, took a much starker view of the issue, with 70 percent saying that players who protested during the anthem are unpatriotic. Trump, who has been putting pressure on the National Football League for over a year over the anthem dispute, believes staying in the locker room is just as bad as kneeling.