Chris Cuomo to Trump: ‘Go After the Nazis Peddling Hate, Not Our Sports Heroes’ Protesting Injustice

‘If you’re not racist then attack the racists instead of targeting mostly black protesters and suggesting they are dumb’

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CUOMO: "If he understands, the question is does he really care? For, the Trump Administration is working on prison reform. That could make a really positive difference for minority communities. We have to see what happens. If he does, that’s a point for his understanding. Point against, he takes on the NFL protest and ignores the trash that’s heading to Charlottesville to mark the firs anniversary of their deadly racism by having another rally. The President says nothing. He picks on the NFL players who are part of one of the most unifying aspects of our culture and ignores the ugliest division. The President says he’s the least racist person you know. The President says he’s all about uniting the country. Here's my argument. We only know what you show. If you’re not racist then attack the racists instead of targeting mostly black protesters and suggesting they are dumb especially after the shameful moral equivocation about Charlottesville that the President had a year ago. He certainly should not ignore the anniversary, he should embrace it. You bring people together in America in the spirit of what is most American, rejecting intolerance and bigotry. You want an easy win? Go after the Nazis peddling hate, not our sports heroes who is are protesting injustice."

(Mediaite)
 

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