CNN commentator Marc Lamont Hill couldn’t keep it together during a debate on President Trump’s tweets about LaVar Ball Wednesday.
In a segment about Trump attacking Ball, Hill argued that Trump attacks certain people based on race.
Hill said, “When you look at the tiki torches in Virginia, no one was on the offensive, when you look at Colin Kaepernick, he wasn’t on the offensive, yet [Trump] targeted those people, and he doesn’t target Roy Moore, and he doesn’t target people other people who have committed far more heinous acts, why is that? That’s the question.”
Bradford Cohen, a former “Apprentice” contestant, responded, “That’s not true, that’s not true, if you look at his tweets as a whole, when he gets attacked he’s attacked. If something bothers him, he’s going to tweet about it.”
Hill said, “So why doesn’t Roy Moore bother him? That’s the question. Why didn’t the tiki torches bother him more than the Black Lives Matter activists who resisted them? Why does Colin Kaepernick bother him…”
Cohen said, “It has nothing to do with that. It has nothing to do with that. You’re taking one thing and adding in another…”
“You says he tweets when he’s bothered,” Hill said, while the two men continued to go back and forth over Trump and Ball. (RELATED: Trump Continues Attacks On Father Of Basketball Player)
Hill eventually screamed, “Exactly! It should! Exactly, he should! It should bother him!”