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US Soccer Federation Says Players Weren’t Protesting; Video Of National Anthem Line-Up Causes Controversy




The United States Women’s Soccer players that turned away from the national anthem ahead of a game against Mexico were not protesting, and were turning to face the flag, a representative told the Daily Caller.

In the clip posted Monday on Twitter, we see 98-year-old veteran Pete DuPré grab his hat and tip it towards the crowd before grabbing his harmonica and playing “The Star Spangled Banner.” Players from the U.S. team stood on one side of the performance and the Mexico team stood on the other at Pratt [and] Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field in East Hartford, Connecticut, ESPN reported.

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