MSNBC Guest Declares Trump Is ‘More Racist’ Than Neo-Nazis


MSNBC guest Vegas Tenold said that President Donald Trump and his supporters on MSNBC Live with Katy Tur Monday: “We’re at a point where Trump is more racist than neo-Nazis.”

“I’ve had white supremacists, I’ve had neo-Nazis, Matthew Heimbach is one of the people who were behind the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, he told me that the president goes too far for him sometimes. That Donald Trump is more racist than him.”

“If you’re supporting Trump you are a racist at this point. I’m not afraid to say it and no one should be.”

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MSNBC co-panelist Basil Smikle agreed: “What he said reminds me of what I might hear out of a Klan rally,” said Smikle. “The same president that started the birther movement, the same racism. If you were silent then, you created the situation that you’re either having a problem dealing with now or refuse to talk about right now. ”

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“If you’re a Democrat that held your nose to vote for Hillary Clinton or against the party or said we should take the president figuratively and literally, you can’t be my ally.”

Fox News:

Author Vegas Tenold appeared on MSNBC to oddly declare that President Trump is “more racist than neo-Nazis” on Monday afternoon.

Tenold appeared on the liberal network to discuss Trump’s recent controversial tweets, in which he said Democratic congresswomen should “go back” to where they came from to fix the corruption plaguing those nations before they lecture the United States – although many of the congresswomen he was targeting were born in America.

The MSNBC panel condemned the comments when Tenold – who once embedded himself with white nationalists for a book — said that Trump is a “racist” and the recent tweets didn’t surprise him. More

 

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