Bakari Sellers: Trump’s Immigration ‘Speech Was Nationalism on Steroids’

‘It’s just not the America that I believe in but it is the America that Donald Trump started with 14 months ago’

SELLERS: "I actually agree with Corey, I think Corey’s analysis of the speech was right, hit the nail on the head. This speech was nationalism on steroids. I think it’s actually fair to say that it had some Willie Horton-type feel especially along the beginning of it. But one of the things that stuck out tome the most and one of the most disturbing things and I think one of the reasons why you’re going to see the best got mechanisms we have in the Democratic Party is Donald Trump because of things like policy point number five in here in which he talked about deporting dreamers."

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