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FLASHBACK: Chris Wallace Asked Trump to Disavow White Supremacy in 2016; Trump Did Then and He Did Now

They have been pushing the same talking points for nearly half a decade.

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President Donald Trump is under fire for allegedly not disavowing white supremacists, even though he did, and has done so frequently for many years.

“I totally disavow the Ku Klux Klan. I totally disavow David Duke. I’ve been doing it now for two weeks. You have to be, like, the 18th person to ask me this question,” Trump said in response to globalist Fox News propagandist Chris Wallace in March 2016.

Trump responded to Wallace in similar fashion in 2020, demanding to know specific groups to disavow before issuing a statement.

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“It was very clear that question was talked about in the form of groups. Groups. I want to know which groups you’re talking about. You have to tell me which groups. Ultimately, it got to the Ku Klux Klan, which, obviously, I’m going to disavow,” he said.

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Trump noted that his Tweets disavowing white supremacy and racism are not typically picked up by the fake news media, even though most of his other Tweets are.

“And, by the way, if you look at my Twitter account, almost immediately after the program, they were disavowed again. You know, it’s amazing, when I do something on Twitter, everybody picks it up. It goes all over the place. But when I did this one, nobody ever picks it up,” Trump said.

Wallace recycled the same line of questioning during the debates over four years later in order to paint President Trump as an enabler of white supremacy.

“Are you willing tonight to condemn white supremacists and militia groups?” Wallace asked Trump.

“Sure,” Trump interjected.

“And to say that they need to stand down and not add to the violence in a number of these cities?” Wallace added.

“Sure,” Trump said again.

“As we saw in Kenosha, and as we’ve seen in Portland,” Wallace butted in to say.

“Sure, I’m willing to do that,” Trump said.

The record is clear. President Trump has disavowed white supremacy and denounced white nationalists over and over again. But that doesn’t stop the deranged Left from claiming the exact opposite anyway.

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany set the record straight once and for all during an exchange with media propagandists on Thursday:

White supremacy is the new Russian collusion – a canard floated out there to get the public’s minds off of the orgy of destruction across America caused by left-wing terrorists directly enabled by the Democrat Party and their media partners.

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Is America An “Idea?” Joe Biden Says Yes, Donald Trump Rejects Such a Notion

A stark contrast.

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Joe Biden has endorsed the establishment liberal definition of America being little more than an “idea,” whereas President Trump has expressly rejected such a notion.

Joe Biden stated that America is an “idea” on a liberal podcast this week, going even further and claiming that the American idea had never been fully realized. The supposed true nature of the American character has never been broadly achieved, according to the former Vice President.

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President Trump blasted Biden for likening America to a mere “idea” while speaking at a rally in Florida on Friday night.

Ideas are generally applicable in all times and places regardless of national and historical circumstance. According to Joe Biden’s understanding of America, anyone and everyone throughout the world could be considered equally “American” if they align with his ideological understanding of the idea. This disregards the historical American tradition, legacy and heritage, which far predates the novel notion of Americanism being little more than an “idea.”

The history of the notion America being an ‘idea’ dates back to the late 1990’s, when neoconservatives began to popularize the notion. It’s curious that the assertion is relatively new within American history, despite speaking as to the fundamental nature of America’s national character.

Try asking patriots who rebelled against Great Britain in the Revolutionary War, Union soldiers in the Civil War, and G.I’s storming Normandy in World War II if they were fighting for an “idea.” They’d have roundly rejected such an ahistorical notion- America was understood as a finite and corporeal nation to its citizens throughout its history, not a vague concept to be determined at the whims of liberal ideologues.

The contrast on “American idea” rhetoric couldn’t be more stark, and it appears that the November election will serve as a referendum between Biden’s hypothetical understanding of America and Trump’s America First vision of emphasizing American people, ways of life, and communities.

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