Jerry Jones Hails African American Museum Trip, No Publicity Stunt

TMZ | 10/22/2018 | Staff
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Jerry Jones says Monday's team trip to the National Museum of African American History and Culture was not a P.R. stunt to ingratiate him with black fans ... it was the players who pushed for the visit.

TMZ Sports spoke with the Dallas Cowboys owner outside the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C. -- where JJ was flanked by a team of armed guards -- and asked about the criticism he's been receiving online.

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Here's the breakdown ... after the team announced the trip, there was an immediate backlash from people who called it a "PR gesture. Nothing more" to help Jerry -- who's been one of Colin Kaepernick's most vocal critics.

So, kudos to our camera guy who asked Jerry directly if it was a publicity stunt -- and this is how Jones responded.

"Well, I don’t think...
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