The Hill WILDLY Misquotes Trump in Headline

Sep 10th

The Hill has officially entered the contest for the most misleading headline of 2020.

The headline on Twitter states that Trump said he does not have the responsibility to understand the pain of black Americans.

Here's what he actually said:

That's right. Trump never said he didn't understand the pain of black Americans, he didn't say that he had no sympathy. Donald Trump very clearly stated that he rejects the idea of having to "work his way out of the cave of white privilege" in order to understand the troubles of black Americans.

Donald Trump refuses to affirm the narrative of "white privilege" and points out how the interviewer, Bob Woodward, "drank the Kool-Aid" by buying into the white guilt narrative.

In recent days Trump has stood up to the wokies on the left by instructing Executive Branch officials to halt any training based on Critical Race Theory. The President has also called for schools in California to stop teaching the 1619 project.


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