President-elect Donald Trump had pointed words for white supremacists and those who consider themselves “neo-Nazis.”
“Of course I disavow and condemn them,” Trump said when asked about the neo-Nazi conference that took place in Washington, D.C., Saturday. Trump met with the New York Times Tuesday, where he discussed a plethora of topics with the editorial board and top reporters. (RELATED: Trump Unleashes Hilarious Tweet Storm Against NYT)
The New York Times White House Correspondent Julie Davis Tweeted Trump’s response to a question about the neo-Nazi conference that took place Saturday:
— Julie Davis (@juliehdavis) November 22, 2016
The media has blasted Trump for refusing to disavow David Duke, the KKK, and the white nationalist community, despite numerous instances where Trump did, in fact, disavow the KKK and the white nationalist movement.
Lost in all of the hullabaloo surrounding the racist conference this past weekend is the following picture of former reality television star, Tila Tequila, who appeared to lead a group of white nationalists with the Nazi salute:
— Michael Bodley (@michael_bodley) November 22, 2016
Trump denounced the white nationalist movement, while the media continues to give the fringe group added oxygen by spending so much air-time on the topic.
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