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The White House adviser told Axios that his father-in-law isn't a racist, but stumbled with questions about Trump's push for birtherism and the Muslim ban.
He later deleted the tweet and said his comment was misinterpreted.
The CNN host said viewers shouldn't read too much into the first lady's defense of LeBron James.
President Donald Trump’s alleged “shithole” remark is not the first time he's used racist rhetoric.
Only this time, he's managed to waste the time of important government officials.
When Lewis had the temerity to call out Trump's presidency as not legitimate it seemed more than fitting to turn the table on the man who made his bones on calling another president not legitimate.
Well, the first presidential debate is a done deal, and as always I like to quickly type out my own personal reactions before reading everyone else's, to give you an opinion uninfluenced by the herd mentality of the rest of the media.
He’s long presented the absurd and false as fact.
Not because it was, you know, a false, racist conspiracy theory.
As I write that headline, I have to wonder why we all haven't been using the neologistic verb "Donald ducking" by this point in the presidential race. After all, a large part of Donald Trump's campaign has been built on the foundation of him ducking questions and issues that he doesn't want to talk about.
The Republican nominee now admits that President Obama was born in the U.S., but many Republicans still aren't so sure.