President Donald Trump’s White House will continue its weekly live coverage of the NFL playoffs this season, but it won’t be the same, White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus said Wednesday, after NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell gave the administration a blueprint for what to do.

Priebus said it’s important to keep the focus on the playoffs because “we are the least powerful nation.”

“We are a country of laws, and if we don’t put in place some kind of rule that allows us to put in the rules, we are not going to have the NFL and we’re not going in this for the long haul,” Priebus said on CNN’s “New Day.”

The NFL and the players union have been locked in a stalemate over player safety standards, and Goodell this week said he was willing to suspend players who did not meet the league’s standards.

Priebus also said Wednesday that the White House is still “evaluating” the league-imposed standards for players and coaches.

“I think what Roger said in the meeting with the president was very clear that we are very focused on getting the NFL to be the most effective, most responsible organization in the world, and we have that work to do,” Priebus told CNN.

“We are not doing that in the way that the commissioner wanted to do it.”

The White House has repeatedly criticized Goodell for not enforcing league safety standards in the past, and he was criticized for not following through on his promise to suspend teams that fail to abide by the league rules.

The president has repeatedly called for the NFLPA to negotiate with the NFL.