Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins met with the media for the first time since President Donald Trump rescinded his offer for the team to visit the White House to celebrate it’s Super Bowl LII victory over the New England Patriots.
Instead of being outspoken per usual, Jenkins tried a different tactic – silence. The defensive back used a series of hand-written posters to deliver his powerful message:
The Eagles had agreed to visit the White House on Tuesday, June 5th only to have the offer pulled the night before. Trump, then celebrated the national anthem at the White House.