Trump Won't Condemn "White Supremacists"—But Also Won't Say 'White'
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The interruption mess that was last night's presidential debate had Trump squaring off with Biden over Antifa and the Proud Boys.
As expected, Trump's non-denunciation of "white supremacists" resulted in the usual point-and-sputter (though I swear I heard him mutter, "sure, sure" when asked if he would).
It was a satisfying moment for me—particularly when he correctly noted that violence is a left-wing, not a right-wing, problem.
But alas, he wouldn't say the W-word.
On the subject of his executive order ceasing "racial sensitivity" training—he could only say it was bad "if you were a certain person." 
That "certain person," of course, being a WHITE person.
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