Report: Trump Accuses Blacks Of Racism Three Times As Often As Whites
The Washington Post reports that President Donald Trump has accused blacks of racism three times more than whites on during his eight years on Twitter.
Trump refused to call out the neo-Nazis and white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia for two days. He finally denounced racism as “evil” on Aug. 14 after being condemned by members of his own party.
The Trump Twitter Archive, which tracks the president’s tweets, says Trump has tweeted “racist” or “racism” at least 56 times on Twitter.
Trump has reportedly attacked former MSNBC host Toure, whom Trump called a racist 10 times. Trump also accused other prominent African-Americans of being racists: Bryant Gumbel, Tavis Smiley and former president Barack Obama.
“Isn’t it intetesting that anybody who attacks President Obama is considered a racist by the real racists out there!” Trump tweeted in 2013.