President Donald Trump just said ‘no more’ and the media is in shock. He is tired of the games and won’t put up with them anymore. This is how you deal with a hostile, dishonest press.
“I always denounce any form, any form of any of that,” said Trump to reporters following this week’s debate. Once again, he was asked whether he would “denounce” white supremacists. Trump answered clearly once again.
“You have to denounce,” he continued. He also condemned white supremacy during the debate, however, Chris Wallace and his pal, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, were too busy engaging in a blatant team-up.
Since the early days of Trump’s presidency, he has called out hate in all of its forms — he was unequivocal in his response after the violence in Charlottesville in 2017. “Racism is evil and those who cause violence in its name are criminals and thugs,” he said.
Trump then specifically identified groups for scrutiny, such as “the KKK, neo-Nazis, white supremacists, and other hate groups.” But there is a reason why these comments are never played by the mainstream media — they have a narrative to push.
Somehow, Democrats and their media allies have been able to paint Trump as a “racist,” even though he has condemned white supremacy multiple times, restored funding for historically black colleges, and signed a criminal justice reform bill.
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