Trump supporter Brunell Donald-Kyei appeared on CNN this week and responded to Chris Cuomo and Symone Sanders about Trump’s statements on Charlottesville. Brunell reminded them that Trump denounced all forms of violence and bigotry.
Here’s a partial transcript from CNN:
BRUNELL DONALD-KYEI, FORMER VICE CHAIR OF DIVERSITY OF DIVERSITY OUTREACH, NATIONAL DIVERSITY COALITION FOR TRUMP: Good morning. God bless you and God bless America.
What I will say is, as I stated yesterday, the president came out on Saturday and he blanketedly said, any bigotry on the left or the right is wrong, and yesterday when he came out with the statement specifically, you know, naming KKK and neo-Nazis. That was a cherry on top for me. And the love and compassion and the way that he expressed himself yesterday, it reaffirmed in me and so many others who have stood behind this president that he is truly taking his role as the leader of the free world seriously, and that he is the president of the United States, all of us…
CUOMO: Brunell, the two sides, the many sides argument, help us understand it a little bit better from your perspective, because I just want to be clear, do you see those who went there to oppose Nazis as the same as the Nazis?
DONALD-KYEI: I believe that first of all, you had a situation where you had people marching, the people saying white supremacists were marching and they had a permit and then you have these counter protesters come in. And any time you have a situation where you’ve got groups that are on extreme sides, there’s — like I said, there should be like —
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Note how Chris Cuomo and Symone refuse to acknowledge that there’s any problem with Antifa.
They just don’t get it.