” “This is a country that’s grappling on what it means that we’ve a president who does not seem to think that his first of all instinct ought to be what everyone’s instinct is, which is to really denounce neo-Nazis, and to state that he doesn’t want that support,” Nia-Malika Henderson said. He ought to go back to school, and get an elementary education on just how this country started and about protest against groups and how this country works and who he represents and who he should represent.” “It is hard to imagine if that domestic terrorist action had been committed by somebody who was, in lieu of a white supremacist terrorist, a Muslim terrorist,” Tapper said, “it is not possible to imagine President Trump saying that both sides are responsible, for the violence, saying that the people that came out against these extremists are equally to blame.” “This was a president that has lost touch with the country he represents, it is that simple,” CNN political director David Chalian added. The other is a protest against group, protesting a political, and racist movement.” Lemon said Trump “doesn’t seem to be very aware of the past history of this country,” reminding the president that these problems began with slavery.
There, today, you saw the real Donald Trump proving all of his critics right in that moment.” “There is a difference between the two groups,” Lemon added….Read The Full Article Here”
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