President Trump Joins Clay Travis and Talks NBA, NFL & College Football


Clay Travis is joined by the President of the United States, Donald Trump, to discuss a wide range of topics in the world of sports and beyond. College football has been the big topic in the sports world this week, and Clay asks President Trump his thoughts on that ongoing situation during their conversation.

Clay asks President Trump about Tom Brady's move to Tampa and his thoughts on how that move will work out for Brady and the Bucs. Continuing with the NFL, Clay asks for President Trump's confidence level regarding the upcoming football season. Does President Trump believe that the NFL season will be able to take place? President Trump believes that it will, but if the ongoing protests during the National Anthem continue, President Trump says he would be happy if the League did not have such a smooth return.

Clay and President Trump discuss the return of sports that we have seen in recent weeks, and the President gives his thoughts on which leagues he believes have looked the best in their return to action in dealing with no fans and the Coronavirus situation.

When asked about college football, President Trump believes that the season needs to take place. President Trump believes that the danger of the Coronavirus to collegiate athletes is not great enough for the season to be postponed or cancelled. With the number of college players, coaches, athletic directors, and more agreeing with that sentiment, it will be interesting to see what exactly unfolds in the world of college football in the coming days and weeks.

It was a historic day for Outkick the Coverage, and a great conversation with the President of the United States, Donald Trump.

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