Trump: We Must Condemn White Supremacy

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Just hours after calling for bipartisan action on legislation providing “strong background checks,” President Trump made no mention of the proposal during an address to the nation in which he decried the “mentally ill monsters” who carry out mass shootings as well as violent video games that he blamed for fueling animus in the U.S.

“Mental illness and hatred pulls the trigger — not the gun,” the president said in the Diplomatic Room of the White House.

Two days after the shooting in El Paso Texas, the president for the first time addressed the suspected gunman’s alleged anti-immigrant bias.

“In one voice, our nation must condemn bigotry, hatred and white supremacy,” he said. “These sinister ideologies must be defeated.”

Read more at The Hill.



  1. Mr. President, whom are you fooling with your condemnation when you know that it has nothing to do with guns but with the Democrats panicking now that their insider Coats was fired and no one is obstructing the declassifying and exposing the corruptions of the FBI, DOJ, CIA, etc. to the public? Why are you stalling now that you’ve replaced the traitor with AG Barr to declassify the documents?

  2. a person becomes ‘supreme’ by the behavior he manifests whatever color he is. black lives matter, white lives matter, everyone’s life matters as long as the person is a responsible member of the society in which he/she lives


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