S.E. Cupp Tears into Steve King: ‘A Cancer on the Country,’ Trump Gave Him Permission to Use Word Nationalist Proudly

‘Steve King is a bigot, he’s a homophobe, he’s an anti-Semite, he’s a racist’


CUPP: “Unfortunately the president of the United States gave him permission to use that word proudly. He said it in a rally not long ago, Trump said, call me a nationalist; it used to be a bad word, but I want you to use it. It's still a bad word. It still doesn't mean anything good. Steve King is a bigot, he's a homophobe, he’s an anti-Semite, he’s a racist, he's a cancer on the country. And if you're the Republican Party, you don't cure cancer with vitamins, you cure it with radiation.”

(h/t Mediaite)

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