'Fox & Friends' marked "National Anthem Day" Sunday by praising country music and claiming "toxic masculinity" in the U.S. military helps keep Americans safe.
Award-winning singer Gladys Knight is set to take the field.
The video shows the teacher cutting one student's hair and then throwing a piece of it behind her.
Comedian and actress Amy Schumer questioned why more white NFL players don't kneel during the National Anthem in solidarity with their black teammates.
Despite backlash from the school and politicians, she's standing her ground.
The president's tweet came following the opening weekend of the NFL, during which two players took a knee.
"If President Trump thinks he can end these injustices if we deliver him a few names, he hasn't been listening to us," they wrote.
"Friends who know me, know that I love football," tweeted Democratic lawmaker Keith Ellison on Sunday. "But I won't be watching this NFL season because of the unfair cowardly and idiotic kneeling ban. #BoycottNFL."
"Disgraceful that @nyjets owner will pay fines for players who kneel for National Anthem. Encouraging a movement premised on lies vs. police. Would he support all player protests? Would he pay fines of players giving Nazi salutes or spew racism? It's time to say goodbye to Jets!"
"Black men work on their fields, and they have no sympathy for their sufferings," Black Lives Matter of Greater New York President Hawk Newsome said of the NFL.
Germany may soon implement a gender-neutral national anthem after a government commissioner on equality called for the removal of "fatherland" from the lyrics.
You know it's bad when Roseanne Barr compares it to her infamous performance in 1990.
The lyric "In all thy sons command" will now become "in all of us command."
The group accused the NFL of using veterans as "props" during its games.
California NAACP officials are urging Congress to replace what they say is a racist national anthem.
Rodgers may be out for the remainder of the season.
Fifty-seven percent of Americans believe that NFL protests are in response to police violence.
NFL players have even helped fund their new team.
"I'm upset [franchise owners] the Rooneys didn't want to participate in the national anthem, so to me they're anti-American," the man said, explaining his Nazi flag.
The president used a video of the Jamaican sprinter from 2012 to add to the NFL debate.