Donald Trump Says ‘I Denounce White Supremacy. Ok?’

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Donald Trump has just addressed the subject of white supremacy during his Miami town-hall forum this evening…

And the President’s response to Savannah Guthrie’s questions about white supremacy have certainly raised some eyebrows. Keep on reading to see what our President had to say…

Now, this particular stage of the election run-up has been surrounded in a lot of controversy these last few weeks.

Following President Trump’s coronavirus diagnosis, the whole debate process has been completely thrown up into the air.

But was hastily canceled over coronavirus fears.

But it was established almost instantly that the debate was going to be a virtual one, with both candidates taking part in separate locations due to COVID fears.

And he demanded that the debate be restored to its original, in-person format, before adding that he would refuse to take part in any virtual debate entirely… even though he was yet to provide a negative COVID test.

Which was the very thing we watched this evening.

At the exact same time as Biden’s ABC appearance.

And NBC has been criticized for agreeing to go ahead with Trump’s forum which will force viewers to choose either one or the other to watch, rather than getting an equal share of both candidates.

Just on different channels from different parts of the country, with undecided voters watching in the audience. Yep, I told you things had strayed slightly from the norm.  

And it didn’t take long at all for things to get heated.

And this seemed to cause the President to snap, in which he sarcastically remarked to her as, “So cute.”

People were not happy with this condescending and degrading comment…

And so soon into the event!

And people feel that this is his reaction to losing his campaign.

How does he expect to gain more supporters when he speaks to a woman like this on live, national TV?

And there’s no doubt that Guthrie is playing hardball.

We all know that Trump came under fire in the last debate after he failed to denounce white supremacists and the Proud Boys so, of course, it was going to be brought up tonight.

“I denounced white supremacy for years,” Trump claimed, before complaining that Guthrie and other people in the media keep bringing up the topic.

And as this Twitter user pointed out, getting him to say that was difficult.




Many of Trump’s supporters were quick to defend him and they claimed he has always denounced white supremacy.




What do you really expect, Mr. President?

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