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A high school basketball team in Minnesota has come under fire — and is now pulling out of a tournament scheduled for Martin Luther King Jr. Day — after its fans displayed a “Trump 2020” flag during a game against predominantly black inner-city kids.

“Please explain how and why this is appropriate at a high school basketball game?” wrote coach Michael Walker, of Minneapolis Roosevelt High School, in a Facebook caption last Wednesday following the game against Jordan High School.

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The post was accompanied by a photo showing a group of Jordan fans who — aside from the one black student sitting off to the side — are all white and displaying the “Trump 2020: Keep America Great!” flag.

According to the Star Tribune, Roosevelt’s team had been causing an uproar on social media for choosing to remain in their locker room during the playing of the national anthem at home and away games.

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