Mr. ‘Dealmaker’ can’t even keep his inability to make a deal out of one America’s favorite pastimes–football.

Players from almost every team in the National Football League showed their solidarity in protest of recent comments by President Trump, either taking a knee or locking arms during the national anthem on Sunday.

Because of the time difference, players from the Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars got the jump on everyone by kneeling or locking arms in protest during the national anthem before the kickoff of their game in London on Sunday morning.

Back in the U.S, players in the nine 10 a.m. PDT games followed suit before their contests started.

The Pittsburgh Steelers stayed in the visitors’ locker room at Soldier Field in Chicago during the national anthem. The only Steelers player who was visible was left tackle Alejandro Villanueva, a former Army Ranger who stood at the edge of the tunnel with his hand over his heart during the anthem.