Tom Rogan: Despicable, But Trump Should’ve Articulated Why White Nationalism Is Protected By Free Speech

‘The president has to look at the patriotic notion of the country against Nazism’

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ROGAN: "Now, I think there’s a further point here. The President is the commander-in-chief, a role that he likes to play and is filling into. But if you look at the tradition of the United States, it was American service members, whether in the air above Germany or in the landing beaches at Normandy who destroyed Nazism. They had never traveled outside small-town America and they did that. And so the President has to look at the patriotic notion of country against Nazism. And I think he, for that reason, as much as anything else, he should have articulated why this ideology is protected by free speech, but so despicable."

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