Johnny Manziel offers input for President Trump: 'Let them hate'

Kristopher Nichols
January 24, 2017

Last week, we posted about NFL castoff Johnny Manziel's efforts to return to the league.

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Manziel told Trump in a series of tweets to avoid responding to people on Twitter. Only Johnny Football knows for sure.

Manziel's career received no favors from the constant drama social media created for him. Russian Federation allegedly provided the President with some help during the election cycle. Trump isn't winning over anyone with these claims. Perhaps Manziel didn't heed his own advice? When asked his immediate goal, Manziel wrote: "PLAY FOOTBALL". He has likely burned too many bridges to find one anytime soon. He suggested the president stop checking his tweets about him from other users.

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