WATCH: Kansas City Chiefs Defensive End Frank Clark Wears Trump/Kanye Hoodie To Super Bowl Presser

Written by K. Walker on January 31, 2020

The NFL star wearing Trump swag to a pre-Super Bowl media scrum is just fantastic.

Did Frank Clark wear the shirt to show his support for the President? That’s unclear.

Whatever his reason, it was a pretty cool moment.

Clark was asked by a confused reporter about the shirt he was wearing.

“The shirt? I got my good friend in L.A. At Zero’s; it’s a clothing store. I’ll never forget. You all know the moment when Donald Trump met Kanye. A historical moment in our history,” said Clark as he and the reporters chuckled.

The image on the shirt was the photo of then-President-elect Trump meeting with Kanye West in the lobby of Trump Tower in December 2016 along with the words “Never Forget.”

Benny Johnson, Turning Point USA’s Chief Creative Officer, tweeted out the video:

Chiefs beat reporter Matt Derrick wrote, “#Chiefs DE Frank Clark wearing a sweatshirt his friend gave him with a photo of Donald Trump and Kanye West that reads ‘Never Forget,’ says we all remember that ‘very historical’ moment in history.”

ESPN’s Jeff Darlington wrote, “Frank Clark was asked to explain his sweatshirt depicting the day Donald Trump and Kanye West first met: ‘Never forget. We’ll never forget that important moment in our history.” …and yes, Frank let out a very healthy laugh with his response.”

Benny followed up his original tweet with a reminder to those who are quick on the draw with “Cancel Culture” — Frank Clark is a pretty awesome guy.

Who knows why Clark wore the shirt — for media attention, because he supports the President, or to promote his friend’s business. It doesn’t really matter. It was a ballsy thing to do and it’s pretty awesome!

Here’s to you, Frank Clark!

ClashDaily's Associate Editor since August 2016. Self-described political junkie, anti-Third Wave Feminist, and a nightmare to the 'intersectional' crowd. Mrs. Walker has taken a stand against 'white privilege' education in public schools. She's also an amateur Playwright, former Drama teacher, and staunch defender of the Oxford comma. Follow her humble musings on Twitter: @TheMrsKnowItAll and on Gettr @KarenWalker