Donald trump is back to letting everyone know how he’s not a racist. It’s all the media spinning his comments into racist sounding rhetoric.
On September 15th, 2016, the Detroit News posted an article about the interview which can be found here.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump told a black Detroit pastor he’s the “least racist person you have ever met” during an interview filmed at an African-American church on the city’s west side.
Bishop Wayne T. Jackson, pastor of Great Faith Ministries International Church, promised before his much publicized interview with Trump that he would confront the New York businessman about the perception that he’s racist.
“Are you a racist?” Jackson asked Trump in the Sept. 3 interview that aired Wednesday night on the Impact Network.
“Absolutely not,” Trump replied.
Some of the notable quotes include…
“They called Romney a racist, they called McCain a racist, they call everybody that’s a Republican a racist,” Trump told Jackson. “Usually when they start to lose. … But I am the least racist person that you’ve ever met.”
“They say — so many of my friends who are black — they say ‘You are the least racist person,’” Trump said.
That should clear everything up for us all. And what is Trump’s plan for helping the inner city population of Detriot?
“My policy’s jobs, and I’m going to be a cheerleader for the country,” Trump said.
Not sure that’s a policy or just more rhetoric but but hey… It is what it is.
Check out the full article here.