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David Clarke, former sheriff of Milwaukee County, joined Sean Hannity last night to weigh in on the debate over NFL players refusing to stand for the national anthem.

"It takes approximately two minutes and 12 seconds to sing the national anthem. If the players can't ... stand at attention, face the flag for two minutes and 12 seconds, it means they're undisciplined."

He said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell let the situation spiral out of control, and now he's afraid that any policy requiring players to stand for the anthem would simply be ignored.

"The tail is wagging the dog here. The league has the authority ... to set rules and procedures for their employees. Players are employees," Clarke said.

He noted that NFL owners representatives from the NFL Players Association are planning to meet in New York City next week to discuss the anthem controversy.

"What the hell is there to discuss?" Clarke said. "Stand at attention, face the flag and give it some respect. This is about respect and decorum."

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