National security expert Malcomn Nance with a few choice words for Donald Trump and his encouragement of white nationalism and stoking of hatred and racism not just in the United States, but around the world.
Trump expresses sorrow about NZ White Nationalist massacre of Muslims at prayer, then vetos bill aimed at stopping his own White Nationalist plan.
Malcolm Nance doesn't sugarcoat it. Trump's language leads his followers to violent behavior against the media and also people of color.
Candace Owens doesn't think Hitler's ideas were all that bad.
Reo. Steve King, who has been vilified for his racist comments by both parties says he will vote for a disapproval resolution against himself. Welcome to Trump's America
Former Congressman Mark Sanford wondered why Donald Trump wasn't held to the same standard as recently derided and demoted Rep. Steve King was for his racist views.
Right wing commentator George Will lamely defends Republicans refusal to do anything about racist Rep. Steve King and calls it "unfair" when Joy Reid compares his comments to those of newly elected Mississippi Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith.
I dunno Steve, maybe "White Nationalist" was offensive from the start?
Well alrighty then.
Earlier in his press briefing after Election Day, Donald Trump scolded and demanded reporter April Ryan to "sit down" and soon after another African America, Yamiche Alcindor from NPR asked about his white nationalism and he freaked, calling her question "racist."
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