Tiger Woods calls Nike’s Colin Kaepernick ad a "beautiful spot"

Tiger Woods calls Nike’s Colin Kaepernick ad a

Kaepernick says: "Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything". It can also be seen online.

At a rally in Montana last week, Trump said he didn't think Nike's endorsement deal with Kaepernick was appropriate.

President Donald Trump attacked Nike over its support of Colin Kaepernick on Wednesday as the first video advert featuring the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback was unveiled.

"I think it's a awful message that [Nike] are sending and the goal of them doing it, maybe there's a reason for them doing it". "When corporate does things that are outside of golf and outside of my realm, that's what they do". It's a attractive spot.

Others have applauded the move by Nike, including golfer Tiger Woods. "Some pretty powerful people in the spot".

On Monday, Nike announced that Colin Kaepernick would be the face of their 30th anniversary "Just Do It" campaign, unveiling an ad featuring Kaepernick's face that read, "Believe in something".

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But although he is not in the latest Nike campaign, Woods gave the commercial a public thumbs up.

Kaepernick had signed with Nike in 2011, but the reveal of the new advert was accompanied by the news that the sportswear giant had retained him on the roster for the last two years, even though he was not competing in the NFL.

According to research analyst Edison Trends, the risk the US sportswear giant took after featuring Kaepernick who has been in the spotlight for his protests during the games national anthem' has paid off.

Others argued the backlash and calls for a Nike boycott showed how the debate has morphed beyond how to react to athletes trying to highlight issues like racial inequality and police shootings of unarmed minorities.

While the delayed start to Thursday's game is likely to have influenced the figure, the sharp dip comes as the National Football League struggles to quell controversy over the issues of player protests.

"I think every athlete, every human, and definitely every African-American should be completely grateful and honored (for Kaepernick)", Williams said.

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