Monday, August 21, 2017

‘His daughter converted’: Fox host loses it at people calling Trump anti-semitic because ‘it’s so without fact’

During an interview on Sunday, Falwell defended Trump’s assertion, arguing that the president had access to secret intelligence that showed “fine people” at the march alongside hate groups.“I think he saw videos of who was there,” Falwell said on Sunday. “I think he was talking about what he had seen, information that he had that I don’t have.”

“He made it clear there was no moral equivalency between the two,” Falwell insisted. “I think he should be commended for that. We had a president not too long ago that refused to call radical Islamic terrorists by name. I’m glad we finally have a leader who calls evil what it is.” “President Donald Trump does not have a racist bone in his body,” he added. “He has an abrasive way of saying things sometimes. And the fact that he said there were some good people marching with the bad people, you know, that may have been true. I didn’t see the videos. But those good people should have looked around and seen those people with Confederate flags and they should have left.”

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