The Nike advert aired for the first time during the NFL season opener on Thursday night and features superstar athletes like LeBron James and Serena Williams while also touching on the NFL national anthem controversy.
After the ad was released, some people upset with the company began burning, cutting, or otherwise destroying their Nike clothing and posting it to social media. I ask that you send them to 5555 Page Blvd, St Louis, Mo 63112.
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It ended with Dowd warning that Trump would end up "in an orange jumpsuit" if he went under oath. "He's this dumb southerner ". In Woodward's telling, the president's aides fear not what he might do to them, but what he might do to the country.
It drew the ire of President Donald Trump, who tweeted Wednesday about Nike's ad featuring Kaepernick. "We also believe that those who know what sacrifice is all about are more likely to be wearing a military uniform than an athletic uniform". The Nike ad showcases these athletes doing their thing, while Kaepernick's voiceover serves as a reminder that "crazy is not an insult; it's a compliment".
At the end of the commercial, Kaepernick turns to the camera and says, "So don't ask if your dreams are insane".
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Most notable was the speed with which Amazon hit the milestone, with its shares having more than tripled in the past three years. It surged past the trillion dollar mark this afternoon, prompting experts so say it could become even bigger than Apple .
It has since been subjected to a slew of backlash and boycotts due to Kaepernick's kneeling during the national anthem, with some going so far as to burn their merchandise.
In response to the newly unveiled campaign, many Nike fans protested the company by destroying their Nike-branded products - some by scissors, and some by fire.
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King is among many prominent people who have been blocked by the president for criticizing him on the social media network. The Republican president verbally spat on his attorney general in tweets that dripped with disdain.
Nike's stock price fell by almost 4% when Kaepernick first revealed he was fronting the campaign on social media.