"Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf later fired back at the president with a tweet reading: "#Oakland loves our own @MoneyLynch.
In a game on Sunday night played in Mexico, Lynch took a seat a few measures into the "Star Spangled Banner", but stood when Mexico's anthem came on.
This isn't the first time that Lynch has sat on the bench.
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Del Rio later closed her Twitter account after she was flooded with criticism.
He told sports agent Anthony Tall that Lynch must not know about Mexico's history of racial unrest which he said is exponentially worse than America's past sins. And so, my thought is, that everybody should pay respect to the flag and stand at attention and that's how I feel about it.
In a conversation with Conan O'Brien, Lynch said, "My take on it is shit has to start somewhere". After Trump's tweet, Delisa Lynch mocked Trump's failure to own an National Football League team. He has never explicitly stated the reasons he's chosen to sit during the anthem, though he's confirmed he stands with former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who started kneeling during the anthem a year ago to protest racial inequality and social injustice.
"Have you seen the people who run Mexico?"