Trump Doubles Down On Violent Tweets And Lauds Philly Politician Who Told Voters “Vote White”

Fox News personality Harris Faulkner interviewed President Trump on Thursday and asked the President about the backlash against his violent tweet regarding George Floyd protesters. In the controversial tweet, Trump quotes a former Miami Police Chief Walter Headley who said, “when the looting starts, the shooting starts” in 1967. In response, Trump said that he really took the quote from former Philadelphia Mayor Frank Rizzo.

Upon hearing this the husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, George Conway, pointed out that it was not better coming from Rizzo. Rizzo is controversial for many reasons, including, telling voters to “vote White.”  A statue of Rizzo was torn down by Philadelphia protesters. George Conway, one of the country’s leading Trump critics had a field day with the opportunity.

One thing for sure, George Conway is never going to let Trump rest. Conway is also an advisor to The Lincoln Project.

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