Diversity Coalition’s Bruce LeVell: Trump Doesn’t Need To Apologize For Lynching Remarks

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Bruce LeVell, the executive director of the National Diversity Coalition, is defending President Donald Trump’s use of the word ‘lynching’ when describing the impeachment effort against him.

When the Daily Caller’s Stephanie Hamill asked if the president should apologize for the use of the word, LeVell said ‘no’.

“That level that he’s going through has that similarity, there’s that much hate involved,” said LeVell. (LEVELL: Unborn Children Can Thank Donald Trump — And Fear Andrew Cuomo.)

LeVell also slammed former Vice President Joe Biden for his hypocrisy.

Biden was one of the Democrats who joined in on the pile-on against Trump, but it turns out he too used the word lynching while describing the impeachment effort against former President Bill Clinton in 1998.


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