Trump: Everyone Should Listen To Laura Ingraham Who Said There Was Nothing Wrong With Charlottesville Remarks
Trump tells his friends on his favorite morning show that they should listen to Laura Ingraham who said there was nothing wrong with his racist Charlottesville remarks and denied he was defending Nazis, even though he said there were fine people on "both sides."
Trump wants everyone to take Laura Ingraham's word that he did absolutely nothing wrong when he praised the "very fine people on both sides" at the “Unite the Right” neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville last year.
AM Joy calls BS on the FBI’s claim it ignores ideologies in fighting violent extremism. In the case of white supremacy, that's not helpful.
Fox Trots Out Candace Owens To Claim Trump Never Called Charlottesville Nazis ‘Some Very Fine People’
The same day we learned a Fox reporter was slammed by a colleague for defending Trump’s Charlottesville comments, The Ingraham Angle called on Trump apologist Candace Owens to make the same bogus argument.
Joel Rubin gets cut off by the producers on Fox right after he blames the rise of anti-Semitism on Trump.
African American black-attacker Candace Owens made an appearance on Fox's The Ingraham Angle to gaslight about Trump's remarks about the "very fine people on both sides" in Charlottesville.
Jamil Smith asserts that is not an "intelligent interrogation" of what the Trump presidency has been about. Elie Mystal agreed.
Part of a new series we call "No, Donald."
Responding to Joe Biden's campaign launch from Charlottesville, he can't help himself making excuses for White Nationalists and Neo-Nazis.
James Alex Fields changed his plea from not guilty to guilty in federal court. It is time to remind Trump there are not 'very fine people on both sides.'
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