Donald Trump is getting criticized after a video of him joking, fidgeting, pointing, and pretending to conduct the music while the national anthem played during his Super Bowl LIV watch party at Trump International Golf Club in Florida surfaced online. Said footage was posted by a real estate agent who works for a Russian-American firm, the Miami Herald reported.

Trump's fidgety response to the national anthem comes one day after people got incredibly bent out of shape over seeing JAY-Z and Beyoncé seated as Demi Lovato performed her rendition of the national anthem at Hard Rock Stadium. 

Amidst the backlash for how he initially conducted his national anthem protest, Colin Kaepernick received an open letter from ex-Green Beret Nate Boyer, who didn't appreciate the sight of the former NFL quarterback sitting down during "The Star-Spangled Banner." After his message went viral, Kaepernick reached out to Boyer to set up a meeting where the two could discuss, among other things, how Kaep could respectfully continue his protest without offending the military. 

Boyer suggested that Kaepernick kneel. Even though Kaep tried to go about his protest in a respectful manner, the mere fact that he didn't "stand proudly" was a major problem for Donald Trump. "You have to stand proudly for the national anthem," Trump said in 2018. "Or you shouldn’t be playing, you shouldn’t be there. Maybe you shouldn’t be in the country."