Donald Trump flip-flopping on KKK endoresement – Video Editorial/Plato’s Guns

by Newsstand

The Republican frontrunner clearly and repeatedly declined to renounce the support of white supremacists—reinforcing questions about his rhetoric.

The Atlantic further says:

 In 2000, Trump was unambiguous about condemning the intolerance of the Reform Party, because it “now includes a Klansman, Mr. Duke, a neo-Nazi, Mr. Buchanan, and a communist, Ms. Fulani,” he said. “This is not company I wish to keep.” On Friday, Trump was asked about Duke’s support, and replied, “I disavow him, OK?” But somehow, by Sunday, he’d forgotten both who Duke was, and how repellent his ideology is.

So I guess the Donald knew perfectly well who David Duke and the KKK were all along – huh.

The following day, Trump capitulated and had this to say about David Duke:


Did somebody just crack the code to Trump’s Achilles heal?