WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday renewed his assaults on NFL avid gamers pushing for felony justice and different social reforms, after a variety of avid gamers protested throughout the league\u2019s preseason opening overdue on Thursday. U.S. President Donald Trump speaks at a dinner with industry leaders at Trump Nationwide Golfing Membership in Bedminster, New Jersey, U.S., August 7, 2018. REUTERS\/Leah MillisThe Nationwide Soccer League has struggled to handle the problem of avid gamers who silently protest towards police brutality and social inequality throughout the nationwide anthem, amid Trump\u2019s common grievance of such protests and because it tries to regulate members of the family with each its avid gamers and lovers. As video games opened on Thursday, a number of avid gamers knelt, refused to face at the box, or raised their fists. Trump, who has prompt the NFL to droop protesting avid gamers - who've most commonly been black American citizens - once more known as at the NFL to behave, and mentioned avid gamers will have to in finding differently to talk out. \u201cA large number of avid gamers, from other groups, sought after to turn their \u2018outrage\u2019 at one thing that almost all of them are not able to outline. They make a fortune doing what they love.....Feel free, be cool!\u201d he tweeted early on Friday. For the previous few seasons, some NFL avid gamers have sought to name consideration to police brutality towards African-American citizens and minorities and racial oppression through taking a knee throughout the anthem earlier than video games. Trump and others have blasted the gesture as an indication of disrespect to the U.S. flag and the army, launching a political struggle. Trump has additionally condemned African-American avid gamers in different sports activities, spurring critics to mention his feedback are racially charged and meant to stoke his base forward of the Nov. 6 midterm congressional elections. Remaining week, the president lashed out at Nationwide Basketball Affiliation megastar LeBron James, who informed CNN that Trump used to be the usage of sports activities \u201cto more or less divide us.\u201d On Thursday, Miami Dolphins avid gamers Kenny Stills, Albert Wilson and Robert Quinn protested throughout the anthem, earlier than dealing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Miami at a preseason recreation, in line with ESPN. \u201cBeing part of this protest hasn\u2019t been simple. I believed I used to be going to be alone in the market,\u201d Stills informed the sports activities information outlet. \u201cAs of late I had an angel with me, with Albert being in the market. I\u2019m thankful he sees what\u2019s going down, and he needs to do something positive about it as smartly.\u201d Malcolm Jenkins, a soccer participant for the Philadelphia Eagles, prompt lovers on Twitter to mirror at the nation\u2019s jail inhabitants and the NFL, either one of which characteristic a big majority of other folks of colour, particularly African American citizens. \u201cWhat you witness at the box does no longer constitute the truth of on a regular basis The usa,\u201d Jenkins wrote on Thursday. \u201cWe're the anomalies ...\u201d League homeowners closing month suspended a coverage that they had sought to position in position this season that may have required avid gamers to face for the anthem, after the participant\u2019s union objected. Representatives for the NFL and the Avid gamers Coalition didn't in an instant reply to requests for remark. The NFL Avid gamers Affiliation declined to remark. Former NFL participant Colin Kaepernick, who began the protests in 2016, praised Miami Dolphins avid gamers Stills and Wilson for kneeling on Thursday to \u201cprotest systemic oppression.\u201d \u201cKeep sturdy brothers!\u201d Kaepernick mentioned in a put up on Twitter. In June, Trump refused to observe White Space custom of inviting league winners for an legitimate talk over with, pronouncing he would no longer lengthen a call for participation to this yr\u2019s NBA champs. Reporting through Makini Brice and Susan Heavey; Further reporting through Gina Cherelus in New York; Modifying through Bernadette Baum and Susan ThomasOur Requirements:The Thomson Reuters Consider Rules.