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The KKK president.

I am not sure what all the fuss is about this Michael Wolff book about Mr. trump.I mean let's face it, everything in the book only confirms what those of us with half of a brain already knew about the man.Still, what I found most fascinating was the revelation about his views when it comes to the Klan.(We already know how the Klan feels about him.)"After a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, President Donald Trump privately rationalized why someone would join the KKK, suggesting the racist group doesn’t believe what it used to, a book published this week with insider details on the Trump White House claims.In Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, author Michael Wolff wrote that when Trump finally addressed the August 2017 rally—saying “racism is evil” and that the KKK and other groups that cause violence around it “are repugnant to everything we hold dear as Americans”—it was “a reluctant mini-grovel,” and the president “was clearly reading forced lines.” After his KKK remarks, Trump got on Marine One and spewed his actual beliefs while traveling.Trending: Diet Coke Is The Secret To Long Life, Centenarian Claims"Privately, he kept trying to rationalize why someone would be a member of the KKK—that is, they might not actually believe what the KKK believed, and the KKK probably does not believe what it used to believe," Wolff wrote. "And, anyway, who really knows what the KKK believes now? In fact, he said, his own father was accused of being involved with the KKK—not true. (In fact, yes, true.)."As Wolff notes, Trump’s father, Fred Trump, was arrested after a KKK riot in Queens, New York, in 1927." [Source]"There are good people on both sides'", says the president. Now we know why he feels this way. *Pic from dailymail.co.uk.<!-- AddThis Feed Button BEGIN --> <!-- AddThis Feed Button END -->

Image result for klansman mage I am not sure what all the fuss is about this Michael Wolff book about Mr. trump.

I mean let’s face it, everything in the book only confirms what those of us with half of a brain already knew about the man.

Still, what I found most fascinating was the revelation about his views when it comes to the Klan.
(We already know how the Klan feels about him.)

“After a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, President Donald Trump privately rationalized why someone would join the KKK, suggesting the racist group doesn’t believe what it used to, a book published this week with insider details on the Trump White House claims.

In Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, author Michael Wolff wrote that when Trump finally addressed the August 2017 rally—saying “racism is evil” and that the KKK and other groups that cause violence around it “are repugnant to everything we hold dear as Americans”—it was “a reluctant mini-grovel,” and the president “was clearly reading forced lines.”

After his KKK remarks, Trump got on Marine One and spewed his actual beliefs while traveling.
“Privately, he kept trying to rationalize why someone would be a member of the KKK—that is, they might not actually believe what the KKK believed, and the KKK probably does not believe what it used to believe,” Wolff wrote. “And, anyway, who really knows what the KKK believes now? In fact, he said, his own father was accused of being involved with the KKK—not true. (In fact, yes, true.).”As Wolff notes, Trump’s father, Fred Trump, was arrested after a KKK riot in Queens, New York, in 1927.” [Source]
There are good people on both sides'”, says the president.
Now we know why he feels this way.
*Pic from dailymail.co.uk.

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