Trump: He’s not a racist. I’m a racist and that’s the truth


When Donald Trump said last week that he was not a white supremacist and that he had not supported a white nationalist organization, he did not come out and say that he did so.

But it was enough for MSNBC to remind its viewers that Trump has a long history of supporting white supremacist groups.

He was a member of the National Policy Institute, which was founded by former KKK leader David Duke.

The group supported his presidential campaign in the 2016 election.

Trump has been criticized for his association with white supremacists, including David Duke, who was banned from entering the United States by President Barack Obama in 2014.

Trump is also accused of supporting the Confederate flag, which is banned from the U.S. Capitol, and has denied any affiliation with any of those groups.

And in a statement, the National Rifle Association called Trump’s comments “outrageous.”

Trump also called for the U,S.

government to immediately withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement and a ban on Muslim immigration, both of which have been widely condemned by African-Americans, Muslims, women, and others.

But the president did not say if he would support a ban against people of color from entering his administration.

The two groups have become increasingly at odds as the president has sought to address racism and anti-Semitism.

The president also had harsh words for the Black Lives Matter movement, which he called a “fringe” movement that has been “misled” and “overly influenced” by the Democratic Party.

Trump’s presidency has been marked by divisive and sometimes violent protests against the president and his administration and the president’s refusal to disavow support from white supremacists.

At least 20 people have been killed since protests began against Trump’s inauguration, according to the Washington Post.