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Krauthammer on Trump’s Charlottesville Response: ‘Not a Media Story, This Is a Presidential Story’

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Thank God, Krauthammer took a stand.

Krauthammer on Trump’s Charlottesville Response: ‘Not a Media Story, This Is a Presidential Story’
Following President Trump‘s tweet saying the media “will never be satisfied” with his comments on Charlottesville, Charles Krauthammersaid, “This is not a media story. This is a Presidential story.”

He continued:

“What is shocking is that the President of the United States did not have the instinctive, reflexive automatic response we would expect of any American leader, and what we saw across the spectrum in American leadership, and among the American populace in being utterly revolted by these right-wing, white supremacist, Neo-Nazi groups. And that the President did not do what was just absolutely natural, that’s what makes it a story.”

Krauthammer said of course there are horrible and violent elements on the left worthy of condemnation, but what happened in Charlottesville was “created by Neo-Nazis, KKK, and white supremacists.”
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Krauthammer on Trump’s Charlottesville Response: ‘Not a Media Story, This Is a Presidential Story’
Following President Trump‘s tweet saying the media “will never be satisfied” with his comments on Charlottesville, Charles Krauthammersaid, “This is not a media story. This is a Presidential story.”

He continued:

“What is shocking is that the President of the United States did not have the instinctive, reflexive automatic response we would expect of any American leader, and what we saw across the spectrum in American leadership, and among the American populace in being utterly revolted by these right-wing, white supremacist, Neo-Nazi groups. And that the President did not do what was just absolutely natural, that’s what makes it a story.”

Krauthammer said of course there are horrible and violent elements on the left worthy of condemnation, but what happened in Charlottesville was “created by Neo-Nazis, KKK, and white supremacists.”
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The neo Nazis had the legal right to their rally. Whether Krauthammer or any one else likes it or freaking not. I just put up a thread where the ACLU is coming out completely blaming the Governor and other D's along with the police for the violent clashes.

It's time for all the political pundits AND politicians to shut the fuck up and stop grandstanding trying to prove their point that they hate white supremacists more than anyone else on the planet does.

Go ahead and hate them all you want. But they still had the legal right to hold their rally.
 
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Thank God, Krauthammer took a stand.

Krauthammer on Trump’s Charlottesville Response: ‘Not a Media Story, This Is a Presidential Story’
Following President Trump‘s tweet saying the media “will never be satisfied” with his comments on Charlottesville, Charles Krauthammersaid, “This is not a media story. This is a Presidential story.”

He continued:

“What is shocking is that the President of the United States did not have the instinctive, reflexive automatic response we would expect of any American leader, and what we saw across the spectrum in American leadership, and among the American populace in being utterly revolted by these right-wing, white supremacist, Neo-Nazi groups. And that the President did not do what was just absolutely natural, that’s what makes it a story.”

Krauthammer said of course there are horrible and violent elements on the left worthy of condemnation, but what happened in Charlottesville was “created by Neo-Nazis, KKK, and white supremacists.”
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So what you're saying is that the mayor in Charlottesville and the governor in Virginia are both worthless because they couldn't provide protection for a planned rally and that the President needs to do it for them.

So does this mean the feds need to provide protection for all rallies and protests?

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