Sarah Huckabee Asked if NAACP’s Boycott of Trump Proves He’s Racist, What She Said Next Left The Room Stunned

Sarah Huckabee-Sanders announced that President Trump would be visiting the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum when he visits the state this weekend.

Today, Sarah addressed the media for the first time this week and Liberal White House Reporter April Ryan couldn’t WAIT to make the entire Press Conference about race.

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April Ryan told Sarah that several NAACP members and black preachers are protesting Pres. Trump’s visit, and asked what this means to the President.

Huckabee-Sanders called their protest “very sad” because Pres. Trump is doing something to bring communities together and they should join instead of protesting.

Then, April Ryan went a step further, asking if Pres. Trump’s visit would be an “insult,” and implied that he stood with the White Supremacist March in Virginia.

Huckabee-Sanders cut Ryan off before she could even finish her sentence, completely embarrassing her for making such an allegation. WATCH this clip then SHARE on Facebook if you are sick of race-baiting reporters calling Trump racist.

I think he’s statement was very clear. He made it very clear. He’s against violence and bigotry.


Here was Pres. Trump’s statement after Charlottesville:

Racism is evil. And those who cause violence in its name are criminals and thugs, including KKK, Neo-Nazis, White Supremacists, and other hate groups are repugnant to everything we hold dear as Americans. Those who spread violence in the name of bigotry strike at the very core of America.