"There's lots of people who compartmentalize and say, gosh, I really don't like that stuff he's doing on Twitter and all the rest, but I like my -- you know, I like my tax cuts or I like how the economy's going..." -- David Gregory
The new substitute co-host for CNN's New Day uses his first day on the job to note that some Republicans might "compartmentalize" Trump's racism because tax cuts.
"His work was violated enough that he's willing to speak out about what should be the correct interpretation," David Gregory speculated.
"I'm only going by the gunman's notes in his manifesto if this is really his, he is inspired by the white supremacist movement, he's inspired by violent rhetoric," she said.
Why is the House having all these silly investigations into Donald Trump?
Media talking heads are very upset about Rep. Tlaib's language.
We'd all like to know!
If it quacks like a duck, it's a duck, Turner said.
David Gregory tries to serve up some "unite the country" pablum but Bill Kristol, yes THAT Bill Kristol, ain't biting.
Bill Kristol: 'There Is No Opportunity' For Trump To Take Accountability For Racist, Divisive Rhetoric
Bill Kristol takes CNN's David Gregory to task when he says there's still an "opportunity" for Trump to heal divides in America and take some accountability for the racist, divisive, hate-filled rhetoric we've been hearing from him for years.
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