MSNBC Guest on Trump’s Charlottesville Statement: ‘It Was a Hostage Video’

‘He got attacked not just by the evil fake news liberal media but by a whole bunch of sitting Republican office holders in the Senate’

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RUHLE: “What does it say that President Trump immediately tweeted about the Merck CEO yesterday but has been pretty quiet since? Is he realizing what a big blow this is? When he got up there yesterday and sort of restated, made a new statement, it almost seemed like when my kids apologize, like, sorry, and suddenly he’s silent. Normally we don’t get that from the President.”
WELCH: “It was a hostage video, let’s be honest about that. He got attacked not just by the evil fake news liberal media but by a whole bunch of sitting Republican office holders in the Senate, various governors —“
RUHLE: “And CEOs, these are his homeboys. He always says, ‘These are my people.’”

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