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Trump ‘Traffics in Racism Regularly’

Monday on ABC’s “The View,” co-host and community authorized analyst Sunny Hostin stated she didn’t consider President Donald Trump didn’t hear the “white energy” chant on a video he shared on Twitter as a result of “he traffics in racism repeatedly.”

Co-host Whoopi Goldberg stated, “One other weekend, one other uproar that began from you understand whose Twitter account. What a shocker. He retweeted a video of individuals counter-protesting an anti-you know who demonstration in Florida, and it featured a reoccurring theme in his presidency.”

She continued, “The ended up deleting the Tweet, which is a shocker in itself, however not earlier than it reached his 80 million-plus followers. Now the White Home says he didn’t hear the white energy chant, however all he observed was the enthusiastic supporters. Now, I don’t understand how. All people and their mama heard that chant, however perhaps, Sunny, I’m mistaken. Are you shopping for he didn’t hear it? He didn’t know what he was retweeting?”

Hostin stated, “I imply it is a president who traffics in racism. He began his marketing campaign trafficking in racism, calling Mexicans, you understand, rapists, and we all know that what he referred to as African international locations. He traffics in racism repeatedly. There’s, you understand, good on each side, that form of factor. And the notion that the White Home talked about this tweet and didn’t condemn what was stated on the video is exceptional to me. I feel the White Home press secretary Kayleigh McEnany stated that the president — she didn’t take the chance to in any method condemn that phrase, and the White Home press secretary Judd Deere stated he the president didn’t hear the assertion made on the video. The assertion was made over and over. I simply can’t think about that that’s what this nation has come to. That we’re being led by this type of man.”

Observe Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN


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