It really seems like this question has been more than amply answered by Trump himself, but in case there was any doubt, Rep. Elijah Cummings, who has spent his entire life fighting for civil rights, answers it directly.
Dan LeBatard didn't sugarcoat it: "It is antithetical to what we should be, and if you’re not calling it abhorrent, obviously racist, dangerous rhetoric, you’re complicit."
Geraldo has had personal experience with the 'Go Back' chant. Trump fluffer Pete Hegseth stays on script defending racism. Fireworks ensue.
Awww, poor Rand Paul should get out of the kitchen because he clearly can't take the heat.
Dersh is fighting hard against being implicated in the Epstein charges.
The national debt is somebody else's worry as long as Trump is in office.
Jesse Watters never gets tired of playing the fool.
Senator Paul is selective about when he cares about the federal deficit, it seems.
"Nobody is a fiscal conservative anymore," says Rush Limbaugh.
No polls or data show this to be true, but if he's saying it, you must believe him.
Stuart Varney couldn't even contain his disdain for Trump's absurd attacks, but Mr. NineNineNine was there to defend the Racist-in-Chief
In an interview with the BBC, the former Trump Communications Director (eleven whole days!) says Trump "may be turning into a racist"
We're guessing everything isn't alright at home.
Even Harris Faulkner couldn't deny Trump's racism, but a couple of the white hosts managed to try.
It is past time for cable news to stop promoting Trump's authoritarian, autocratic, fascistic streams of consciousness. They know this is who he is, but they refuse to stop streaming him, unedited.