Trump: When The Democrats Run Out Of Facts, They Use 'RACISM' Attacks
President sasy Democrat's tactics are 'truly disgusting!'
President Donald Trump responded to the increasing number of Democrats accusing of him being a white supremacist and a racist following the tragic shootings in El Paso and Ohio.
“The Dems new weapon is actually their old weapon, one which they never cease to use when they are down, or run out of facts, RACISM!” he wrote on Twitter.
“They are truly disgusting!”
Trump noted the underhand tactics after 2020 front runner Joe Biden delivered a lengthy speech criticizing the president on Wednesday.
“It’s both clear language and in code,” Biden said.
“This president has fanned the flames of white supremacy in this nation.”
Beto O’Rourke accused Trump of being a white supremacist.
Elizabeth Warren also branded the president a white supremacist.
“He’s a man who cozies up to the white supremacists; he calls them fine fellows, he’s talked about trying to get brown people and black people out of this country, he’s talked about shithole countries," the presidential candidate said.
"This is what he’s done. The wink and a nod,” she added during a campaign stop at a farm in Harlan, Iowa.
2020 in a nutshell pic.twitter.com/mnICuu4ebN— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) August 8, 2019
The Dems new weapon is actually their old weapon, one which they never cease to use when they are down, or run out of facts, RACISM! They are truly disgusting! They even used it on Nancy Pelosi. I will be putting out a list of all people who have been so (ridiculously) accused!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 8, 2019
Biden compared Trump to the Klu Klux Klan in an interview CNN's Anderson Cooper, not long after the president gave a speech calling for unity, condemning white supremacy and racial hatred.
The former vice president likened Trump's rhetoric to that of the KKK accusing of having "flat abandoned the theory that we are one people."
Trump gave an official statement Monday in response to the tragic mass-shootings, calling for mass-murderers to face the death penalty "quickly, decisively, and without years of needless delay."
The president condemned "white supremacy" and racism, declaring that "hatred has no place in America."