Trump Rebuked For ‘Lynching’ Comment: He’s ‘A Violent White Nationalist’ | MSNBC

Trump Rebuked For ‘Lynching’ Comment: He’s ‘A Violent White Nationalist’ | MSNBC


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  1. Oh, I think Clarence Thomas was correct….What happened to Anita Hill was very much like a lynching, as he described it.

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  2. A very unfortunate use of a word that is painful to so many and had NOTHING to do with justice. Trump is a moron and doesn’t have a filter.

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  3. I'm reminded of the song 'Strange Fruit'….Billie Holiday. Haunted and shooked people…..out for their usual fun night with colored entertainment.

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  4. I remember how they used to treat spies from history class, I also remember what they used to do to corrupt and terrible leaders Mr T.

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  5. This is just Trump's daily dose of inciting anger. He says the thing that hurts the most to get the biggest reaction—he's baiting us. Ignore him.

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  6. Never trust people who don't (dare) look at you……………..Graham always look away when they talk to him

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  7. Don't give those Republicans any credits because they don't like Trump's words. They all complicit cowards. Lindsey oh Lindsey,you really not capable of shame.

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  8. Trump is always playing the victim card. He committed crimes, anyone who tries to hold him accountable is out to get him! Of course they are, that's how it works. You commit a crime and you go to jail, people will come to get you.

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  9. It's a guarantee that President Trump will not apologize. The deep state, swamp is reflective of that which is ingrained, embedded, imprinted, deeply hard wired, frozen and chronic within Trump himself.

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  10. Lindsey Graham is a ignorant fool who is a full on HYPOCRITE ! LINDSEY GRAHAM suffers from Small Mans complex. LOL>

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  11. THAT WHAT A RACIST WOULD SAID WITHOUT SEEING OR CARING HOW OTHERS SEE IT !!! LYNCHING IS ACTION BY ONE PERSONS TO CONTROL AND TAKING ONE'S LIFE ((( ONLY RACIST WOULD. BE COMPORT ABLE USING THAT WORD!!!!

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  12. Clarence Thomas, it's "hanged" from a tree. No less hideous, just sayin'…….
    Trump's a martyr in a curiously preadolescent way, like "well if you don't like it, I RESIGN!!!!! (so THERE!!!!!!)" Oh the weeping and wailing. (sniffle-sniff…..snuffle……..)
    I'd love to see Robert Crumb (of Fritz the Cat, Mister Natural, ZAP Comix, etc.) do a graphic novel on this atrocity.

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  13. A BLACK MAN CAN FEEL A COMPARES TO THE WORD MORE.SO A NON-BLACK MAN.((BECAUSE HISTORY HAS REPEATEDLY SHOWN AND HERE TRUMP OPENING OLD HURT😔😔😔😔 WHAT RACIST THINK !! IS WHAT. RACIST SAY(THAT TRUMP))

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  14. Lynched Black people didn't have due process. Trump should have already been impeached. He's lucky to still be on this side of a jail cell.

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  15. Trumps and Lindsey's actual message "how dare you unfairly judge a white men like you unfairly judge black men"

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  16. Ummmm this was deliberate distraction from impeachment! DONT FALL FOR IT FOLKS! Let’s gettem outta here!!!

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  17. Trump has no regard for this country he is a big mouthed rabble rouser, a coward who would run away if confronted one on one. A self professed “tough guy” when he has back up.

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  18. Wow. You people that commit on NBC like their news is real. They covered up Weinstein. Covered up all the Democrats wrong doing. Now your using the word lynching like African Americans are still being hung. Idiots. You people are living in the past that no longer has any meaning now. Show me a present picture of a hanging please. Then vomit your view. The truth is more African Americans are killed by the hands of other African Americans. We the people should hang the liars. Adam Schiff and the media trolls that control him. Hand you all

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  19. He’s feeding his white nationalist sycophants with his “code speak” to rile them up that their white messiah is attacked by Dems and government servants.

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  20. All you have to do is listen to Billie Holliday’s Poisoned Fruit to know and understand about the vile and evil lynching. Sickening.

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  21. Exactly how is the word "lynching" exclusive to African Americans?

    The act of lynching someone applies to anyone regardless of ethnic background. There are literally dozens poor Mexicans right now being lynched by cartel members everyday, and are we supposed to somehow say it doesn't apply to them when their corpses are hanging from bridges and power poles? It's ridiculous. Besides, anyone with a brain stem bigger than a pipe cleaner knows Trump is referring to a "political lynching". To not understand that tells me you're purely politically motivated, selfish, and downright ignorant.

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  22. Let’s also investigate these republican senators that continue to support Trump with these ridiculous arguments, how corrupt they are and much money they got from Trump

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  23. We have another Iran/Contra y'all only MUCH bigger. They have been exposed and found out.
    Secret Congressional communications network used for black market arms sales >>>>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1FZXJaR8nG0

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  24. If we had Hillary right now, I am convinced she would have signed the U.N. Migration Pact. We would have no borders and no sovereignty. Mexico is a power keg right now because they are being over run with people coming in from 60 different countries. We would also not be getting out of the Middle East. By the way, the CIA mind controllers over there have got a ton of ISIS prisoners that they have drugged, MKULTRA-ed, and tortured into being suicide bombers and doing terror attacks, and they are releasing them. They are opening up those camps. Info from Sibel Edmonds.
    Don't listen to the CIA paid journalists. At any given point, the CIA has about 400 journalists on the payroll.

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  25. Dear Americans, it’s time to rid the US and the world of your boil that is your crooked puppet government, it’s criminal leader and it’s corrupt, decrepit and anti democratic republican Senators.

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  26. lynching is a relic of the whole country. yeah, the black folk got the worst of it, but lynching was a big deal in the old West and Salem, too. the word "lynch" is not a racist word. they lynched Saddam Hussein, too. i am sick of people who are always angry about race and everything they talk about is about race. it is not healthy, it is not normal, and it is divisive.

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  27. Yes!! It's not just black ppl who have dealt with lynching. She knows our true history. It's a shame we've had to endear this bs. All of us.. but we are together and stronger. One love.

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  28. There is, ultimately, no lowest level of darkness, filth and depravity that Lindsey Graham will not descend to and wallow in for politics sake.😐

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  29. There is another relic in America. The Spanish were brutal to native Americans. Will this keep them out of America. Trump is a victim of bias reports that have betrayed America.

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  30. Did the MSM rebuke Clinton for insinuating that Tulsi Gabbard and Jill Stein are 'Russian assets'? Don't forget, folks, that because the dollar-drenched dem party screwed Sanders out of the nomination in 2016, we now have trump as president…so why be so shocked at what he does or says?

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  31. Lynching is an inappropriate statement no doubt and I'm offended ..What a President says matters more so than most .

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  32. I think the good Lord sent in Trump to see what the Republic really stand for and for the world to see.

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  33. Oh, did Trump say he is being lynched? That's a surprise. I would have thought Trump would say he is being crucified.

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  34. The liberal lynching has been exposed and it will fail: https://taibbi.substack.com/p/were-in-a-permanent-coup?fbclid=IwAR0NiUacKpVDiAHux70DsYDCH4j5X4YH2qzcUAfsM9I87EvEUryZ7Z4FLSs

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  35. "Violent White Nationalist"? Give example of his violent behavior. Give example of his corruption.
    You can coin words and associate him to the worst but where is the proof of your allegations?

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  36. The usurpers love when the POTUS throws them a bone to gnaw at. It's not like Jewish Democrats were not responsible for the KKK and Lynchings.. Right? Despite what overweight aunt Jemimas want to tell you. Right?

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  37. once.again…trump.triggers.the.left.with.the.same.word.biden.and.Nadler.ALREADY.used…LYNCHING……lmao

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  38. Well…if it wasn't obvious John McCain WAS graham's conscience. Now that he's gone (RIP)…graham has NO conscience especially for a Senator that lives in SC. Seems SC has some soul searching to do when his term's up next time.

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  39. "Flashback: Left Thinks Lynching Okay Description — for Republicans" 22 Oct 2019
    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/10/22/flashback-left-thinks-lynching-okay-description-republicans/
    Here are some examples from as far back as 1998 up to recent times when lynching was used to describe what Democrats thought was a partisan political attack:

    • An article published in the New York Times on December 19, 1998 during the impeachment of Bill Clinton:

    Later, Representative Ike Skelton, Democrat of Missouri, said the Republicans wanted to “decapitate their Commander in Chief.” Representative Steven R. Rothman, a New Jersey Democrat, complained of a “Republican juggernaut, driven by the right wing.” Representative Patrick J. Kennedy, Democrat of Rhode Island, a nephew of the late President John F. Kennedy, spoke of “a political lynching,” and Representative Danny K. Davis, an Illinois Democrat, denounced what he described as “a lynching.”

    • Brianna Keilar interviewed Never Trumper and former congressman from Connecticut Chris Shays on Aug. 11, 2016, on CNN:

    Brianna Keilar: Another Republican breaking with his party to support Hillary Clinton. We’re talking about former congressman Chris Shays, who wrote on Op-Ed for cnn.com about his decision, saying in part, “I know some Republicans dislike President Obama and have such a strong dislike for Hillary Clinton. They are willing to vote for a man they know does not have the temperament, knowledge, or experience to be president. In fact, I think many Republicans know Donald Trump could cause great damage to our country and the world at large and still plan to vote for him. But not me.”

    Former Connecticut congressman Chris Shays joining us now. And tell us about your decision. How did you come to this conclusion that you were not going to — not only are you not going to support Donald Trump, but you are going to support Hillary Clinton.

    Shays: Well, first off, I was a strong and am a strong supporter of John Kasich. He was my first choice, my second choice, my third choice, but now my conclusion is that Hillary Clinton is my choice. If you had told me I would have said that three months ago, I would have been really surprised.

    So I watched the conventions. Republicans had a very dark convention. It was almost like a lynching, you know — guilty and lock her up. And I thought this isn’t the party of Ronald Reagan and it ain’t the party that I joined.

    https://twitter.com/CNNOpinion/status/657658275958255617?s=20

    • MSNBC interviewed Hillary Clinton on March 14, 2016:

    Hillary Clinton said Donald Trump is “inciting mob violence” that recalls lynch mobs Monday evening at an MSNBC townhall, where she also took tough questions on foreign policy and trade.

    Clinton told MSNBC’s Chris Matthews, who moderated the event in Springfield, Illinois, that she holds Trump responsible for the violence seen in recent days at his rallies, and believes his rhetoric is not only wrong and offensive, but also “dangerous.” “He’s been building this incitement,” she said.

    “When you are inciting mob violence, which is what Trump is doing,” Clinton said, “there’s a lot of memories that people have. They’re in the DNA. People remember mob violence that lead to lynching, people remember mob violence that lead to people being shot, being grabbed, being mistreated. And it’s something that has a deep, almost psychological resonance to people who have ever been in any position of feeling somewhat fearful, somewhat worried.”

    https://twitter.com/SteveGuest/status/1186714766896717831

    • Dan Rodricks wrote a commentary about Bill Clinton’s impeachment on December 16, 1998, in the Baltimore Sun:

    So Clinton stepped into a trap set by those who’ve been out to get him. And, knowing this – because he’s a Rhodes scholar, after all – he still didn’t tell the whole truth. He gave his enemies the hanging rope. (I think he should have told Jones’ lawyers, and later Starr, that the question of his relationships with women-not-his-wife was none of their business. Or he should have told the truth.)

    So here we are, my fellow Americans.

    Clinton lied under oath, and that warrants impeachment. Right?

    Some say no. A lie stemming from a private matter doesn’t matter. A lie in such a situation is understandable; most any man or woman would have done the same. Impeachment for such a minor offense would hurt the country more than Clinton’s lies ever did. Besides, this whole thing looks like a political lynching, an attempt to overturn two elections.

    • The Washington Post published this on October 31, 2016, about former FBI director James Comey:

    Trump’s entire campaign boiled down to one argument, summed up in his ever-elegant designation of his opponent as “Crooked Hillary.” That was all he had. At his political rallies, even at the Republican National Convention, he encouraged his devoted throng to shout “Lock her up!” While many Republicans no doubt believed she had to be guilty of something (with the same confidence that many Democrats believed George W. Bush lied the nation into war in Iraq), they also needed her to be found guilty. With a sure loser as their nominee, it was their only hope. Republicans had become a lynch mob, demanding frontier justice, and they howled in outrage when Comey refused to participate in the hanging, accusing him of unfairly rigging the election when all he had done was his job.

    • CBS wrote about the “GOP Lynch mob” on April 6, 2011:

    GOP lynch mob is still trying to string up the fledgling Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Members of the House Financial Services Committee met today to discuss four bills, all sponsored by Republicans and backed by the banking industry, aimed at subduing the agency even before it officially launches this summer.

    • The New York Times wrote about Bill Clinton’s impeachment on September 18, 1998:

    A ”large volume of calls” to Senator John Glenn, a Democrat who said this week that it would be ”reckless and injudicious” for him to join ”the rush to judgment” in the Lewinsky matter, have run 2 to 1 in favor of resignation or impeachment. Mr. Chabot’s office said the tally there was 425 to 15 against Mr. Clinton since Kenneth W. Starr issued his report a week ago.

    Not that the President lacks vocal supporters in this state. The Ohio Democratic chairman, David J. Leland, said, ”The vast majority of Ohio Democrats want to see this President continue in office, because they know a political lynching when they see one.”

    • The Baltimore Sun wrote about Bill Clinton’s impeachment on September 12, 1998:

    “This feels today like we’re taking a step down the road to becoming a political lynch mob,” fumed Democratic Rep. Jim McDermott of Washington state. “Find the rope, find the tree and ask a bunch of questions later.”

    • Columnist Mark Shields wrote about then-House Speaker Newt Gingrich on November 2, 2004:

    Four years later, Speaker Gingrich led a ‘family values’ House Republican lynch mob bent on stringing up and impeaching the faithless and lying husband who was the president of the United States and a Democrat.

    • Columnist Rosa Brooks wrote about the Breitbart lynch mob on Foreign Policy‘s website on February 7, 2017:

    Here’s how lynch mobs form, in the age of the alt-right and “alternative facts.”

    First, you inadvertently wave a red flag at an arena full of bulls. Then you sit back and wait for the internet to do its dark magic.

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  40. "Flashback: Left Thinks Lynching Okay Description — for Republicans" 22 Oct 2019
    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/10/22/flashback-left-thinks-lynching-okay-description-republicans/
    Here are some examples from as far back as 1998 up to recent times when lynching was used to describe what Democrats thought was a partisan political attack:

    • An article published in the New York Times on December 19, 1998 during the impeachment of Bill Clinton:

    Later, Representative Ike Skelton, Democrat of Missouri, said the Republicans wanted to “decapitate their Commander in Chief.” Representative Steven R. Rothman, a New Jersey Democrat, complained of a “Republican juggernaut, driven by the right wing.” Representative Patrick J. Kennedy, Democrat of Rhode Island, a nephew of the late President John F. Kennedy, spoke of “a political lynching,” and Representative Danny K. Davis, an Illinois Democrat, denounced what he described as “a lynching.”

    • Brianna Keilar interviewed Never Trumper and former congressman from Connecticut Chris Shays on Aug. 11, 2016, on CNN:

    Brianna Keilar: Another Republican breaking with his party to support Hillary Clinton. We’re talking about former congressman Chris Shays, who wrote on Op-Ed for cnn.com about his decision, saying in part, “I know some Republicans dislike President Obama and have such a strong dislike for Hillary Clinton. They are willing to vote for a man they know does not have the temperament, knowledge, or experience to be president. In fact, I think many Republicans know Donald Trump could cause great damage to our country and the world at large and still plan to vote for him. But not me.”

    Former Connecticut congressman Chris Shays joining us now. And tell us about your decision. How did you come to this conclusion that you were not going to — not only are you not going to support Donald Trump, but you are going to support Hillary Clinton.

    Shays: Well, first off, I was a strong and am a strong supporter of John Kasich. He was my first choice, my second choice, my third choice, but now my conclusion is that Hillary Clinton is my choice. If you had told me I would have said that three months ago, I would have been really surprised.

    So I watched the conventions. Republicans had a very dark convention. It was almost like a lynching, you know — guilty and lock her up. And I thought this isn’t the party of Ronald Reagan and it ain’t the party that I joined.

    https://twitter.com/CNNOpinion/status/657658275958255617?s=20

    • MSNBC interviewed Hillary Clinton on March 14, 2016:

    Hillary Clinton said Donald Trump is “inciting mob violence” that recalls lynch mobs Monday evening at an MSNBC townhall, where she also took tough questions on foreign policy and trade.

    Clinton told MSNBC’s Chris Matthews, who moderated the event in Springfield, Illinois, that she holds Trump responsible for the violence seen in recent days at his rallies, and believes his rhetoric is not only wrong and offensive, but also “dangerous.” “He’s been building this incitement,” she said.

    “When you are inciting mob violence, which is what Trump is doing,” Clinton said, “there’s a lot of memories that people have. They’re in the DNA. People remember mob violence that lead to lynching, people remember mob violence that lead to people being shot, being grabbed, being mistreated. And it’s something that has a deep, almost psychological resonance to people who have ever been in any position of feeling somewhat fearful, somewhat worried.”

    https://twitter.com/SteveGuest/status/1186714766896717831

    • Dan Rodricks wrote a commentary about Bill Clinton’s impeachment on December 16, 1998, in the Baltimore Sun:

    So Clinton stepped into a trap set by those who’ve been out to get him. And, knowing this – because he’s a Rhodes scholar, after all – he still didn’t tell the whole truth. He gave his enemies the hanging rope. (I think he should have told Jones’ lawyers, and later Starr, that the question of his relationships with women-not-his-wife was none of their business. Or he should have told the truth.)

    So here we are, my fellow Americans.

    Clinton lied under oath, and that warrants impeachment. Right?

    Some say no. A lie stemming from a private matter doesn’t matter. A lie in such a situation is understandable; most any man or woman would have done the same. Impeachment for such a minor offense would hurt the country more than Clinton’s lies ever did. Besides, this whole thing looks like a political lynching, an attempt to overturn two elections.

    • The Washington Post published this on October 31, 2016, about former FBI director James Comey:

    Trump’s entire campaign boiled down to one argument, summed up in his ever-elegant designation of his opponent as “Crooked Hillary.” That was all he had. At his political rallies, even at the Republican National Convention, he encouraged his devoted throng to shout “Lock her up!” While many Republicans no doubt believed she had to be guilty of something (with the same confidence that many Democrats believed George W. Bush lied the nation into war in Iraq), they also needed her to be found guilty. With a sure loser as their nominee, it was their only hope. Republicans had become a lynch mob, demanding frontier justice, and they howled in outrage when Comey refused to participate in the hanging, accusing him of unfairly rigging the election when all he had done was his job.

    • CBS wrote about the “GOP Lynch mob” on April 6, 2011:

    GOP lynch mob is still trying to string up the fledgling Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Members of the House Financial Services Committee met today to discuss four bills, all sponsored by Republicans and backed by the banking industry, aimed at subduing the agency even before it officially launches this summer.

    • The New York Times wrote about Bill Clinton’s impeachment on September 18, 1998:

    A ”large volume of calls” to Senator John Glenn, a Democrat who said this week that it would be ”reckless and injudicious” for him to join ”the rush to judgment” in the Lewinsky matter, have run 2 to 1 in favor of resignation or impeachment. Mr. Chabot’s office said the tally there was 425 to 15 against Mr. Clinton since Kenneth W. Starr issued his report a week ago.

    Not that the President lacks vocal supporters in this state. The Ohio Democratic chairman, David J. Leland, said, ”The vast majority of Ohio Democrats want to see this President continue in office, because they know a political lynching when they see one.”

    • The Baltimore Sun wrote about Bill Clinton’s impeachment on September 12, 1998:

    “This feels today like we’re taking a step down the road to becoming a political lynch mob,” fumed Democratic Rep. Jim McDermott of Washington state. “Find the rope, find the tree and ask a bunch of questions later.”

    • Columnist Mark Shields wrote about then-House Speaker Newt Gingrich on November 2, 2004:

    Four years later, Speaker Gingrich led a ‘family values’ House Republican lynch mob bent on stringing up and impeaching the faithless and lying husband who was the president of the United States and a Democrat.

    • Columnist Rosa Brooks wrote about the Breitbart lynch mob on Foreign Policy‘s website on February 7, 2017:

    Here’s how lynch mobs form, in the age of the alt-right and “alternative facts.”

    First, you inadvertently wave a red flag at an arena full of bulls. Then you sit back and wait for the internet to do its dark magic.

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  41. Fake outrage at it's best…

    Democrats have used this word with zero blow back… phony Hypocrites.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=NPW15Qla-7c

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/at-least-5-house-democrats-compared-bill-clinton-e2-80-99s-impeachment-to-a-e2-80-98lynching-e2-80-99-in-1998/ar-AAJbmN2

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=R6rK8txfXiU

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  42. Lynching !!! Really, you pathetic failure, this is a disrespect to all people of color who have lost a love one due to lynchings. Your not being lynched, your a criminal that got caught…

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  43. President Trump clearly meant a “figurative” lynching….

    Definition of LYNCHING:

    To put to death, especially by hanging, by mob action and
    without legal authority.

    People of varying races, ethnicities, religions, etc.
    have suffered this terrible fate.
    STOP THE LIES AND RACE BAITING!

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  44. Joe Biden 1998: “ Even if the president should be impeached, history will question whether or not this was a partisan LYNCHING or whether or not it was something that in fact met the standard.”

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  45. Tim Scott's family and friends must be so proud, seeing him protect the Orange Snowflake from the ravaging hordes of cruel Grammar Nazis who would dare hold him responsible for his words.

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  46. Black people aren't the only people who got lynched. This is just another example of leftists being ridiculous.

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  47. The more panicked and afraid trump and the ladies around him get (I'm looking at you, Lindsey G.), the more reckless and stupid his actions and language become. All big, big signs that the end most surely approaches for him. There will no doubt be more and more "cornered rat" hysterics still to come for a while though.

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  48. All republicans must know that they have given Trump this space, several
    representatives have constantly defended Trump. They are co-perpetrators
    in Russian influence of US-election, in Ukrain, in the deaths of Kurds,
    etc Mr. Trump isn't a victim!

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  49. All republicans must know that they have given Trump this space, several
    representatives have constantly defended Trump. They are co-perpetrators
    in Russian influence of US-election, in Ukrain, in the deaths of Kurds,
    etc Mr. Trump isn't a victim!

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  50. I find it convenient that the president’s legal argument regarding his taxes is based entirely on citing the constitution. In this case, he and his attorneys are trying to use the constitution to their advantage by saying the president has absolute immunity from prosecution (which the constitution does not say and many legal analysts strongly disagree with this argument). However, when the constitution does not work to his advantage, it becomes “you people and your phony emoluments clause.”

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  51. Trump the racist: Like father, like son. The same goes for Donkey Jr., Eric and Ivanka. It's in the genes.

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  52. How educated people acting like he was wrong for saying that it the word an the meaning.. an it’s true they are.. him an the other guy used it term .. to tell how horrific there being treated.. just like the African American was back in those days…

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  53. First of all, Black people do not own the word lynching.  People all over the world since the beginning of humanity have experienced lynch mobs and lynching – not just blacks!!  People who were accused of crimes were often dragged out of their jail cells and hung.  And yes, this included many white people too.  Black people think they own every word and they are the only ones that have been persecuted.  Give me a break!

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  54. Wait!!! Not All Lynchings Were Blacks!!!! Out of the 4,743 people lynched 1,297 white people were lynched. That is 27.3%. So It's Not Racist for a White Person to Refer to Lynching!

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  55. he's a "violent white nationalist", you can't make this stuff up, lol, and we wonder why the majority of the youth believe he's a mentally unfit racist, open your eyes it's the Media, stop being so lazy and gullible question whether or not what the media is saying is accurate.

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  56. Mitch and Kevin may not like Trump’s use of the term lynching , but gentlemen he is your leader whom you have assiduously supported ever since the Russians planted him into the WH.

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  57. LYNCHING THE FAT LYING PIG IS EXACTLY WHAT IS CALLED FOR trump IS A TRAITOR AND HIM AND ALL HIS GREEDY LYING THIEVING COWARDLY COMMIE FRIEND's SHOULD SWING!!!

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  58. Donny doesn't know what lynching is, like he doesn't know what honor,dignity,
    honesty is.
    A useless despicable specimen,of no useful purpose.

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