'Daily Show' Looks Back At Trump’s ‘Cozy Relationship’ With White Supremacists
Written by Black Voices on November 28, 2020
The video, which garnered greater than 600,000 views in its first 24 hours on-line, seems to be again at Trump’s “cozy relationship with supremacists,” in accordance with its YouTube description.
Roy Wooden Jr., a correspondent for the Comedy Central program, notes within the bit that Trump is “well-known for being fast with an insult” along with his assaults on reporters, senators and even his personal supporters to their faces.
However “he’s been surprisingly reluctant to name out” white supremacists, says Wooden Jr., recalling Trump’s failure to instantly denounce the endorsement of former Ku Klux Klan chief David Duke; his declare about “very tremendous folks on each side” on the lethal white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017; and his name for the neo-fascist Proud Boys to “stand again and stand by” throughout a 2020 presidential debate.
“Of all Donald Trump’s scandals, supporting white supremacists ought to have been the simplest to keep away from,” says Wooden Jr.
Take a look at the video right here: