Joe Interpennin, a top adviser to Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, says the President’s tweets about the “basket of deplorables” are not racist but rather a “tweet about how to make America great again.”
Interpenna, a senior adviser to the Trump campaign, told Breitbart News on Thursday that the President made the comment in reference to the millions of “disgruntled” voters who will be “saved” by a Hillary Clinton presidency.
“It’s not about racial animus,” Interpenny said.
“The President is clearly trying to make a point about how the electorate that has turned against him is a bunch of angry people.”
The comment has caused a furor among liberals, who have blasted the President for his “disgusting and indefensible” comments.
While there are “real racists,” Interpol lists only three types of “racists” on its list of “the world’s most wanted terrorists” and that’s not even counting the KKK and neo-Nazis.
Interpernen, however, said he doesn’t think the President is trying to use the word “racist.”
He told Breitbart, “I don’t think he was trying to be racist.
It’s not really a word that is used to describe them. “
I think that it’s just that there are real racists, there are people who are racist who are trying to destroy America.
It’s not really a word that is used to describe them.
“He’s not trying to get attention, he’s not asking for a press conference, he doesn’ have a Twitter account and he doesn t use Twitter to communicate with the American people.” “
He added, “He said, ‘Look, the American voter has made it very clear that they want this country to be great again and they want it to be safe again and the President has got to make sure that he’s making sure that that is a reality.” “
He’s not trying to get attention, he’s not asking for a press conference, he doesn’ have a Twitter account and he doesn t use Twitter to communicate with the American people.”
He added, “He said, ‘Look, the American voter has made it very clear that they want this country to be great again and they want it to be safe again and the President has got to make sure that he’s making sure that that is a reality.”
Interpol defines “racism” as a “pattern of discriminatory attitudes, practices, or beliefs that are rooted in social inequality or prejudice.”
It defines “disability” as “a state of being that is related to one’s physical or mental impairment or impairment of a major life activity.”
“Disability” can be a disability, disability related to a disability and “mental disability” can also be included, though it is not a diagnosis.
The President’s tweet refers to people who “want to destroy” America and wants to “save” them.
In this tweet, the President says “the American voter” wants “them” to be “great again.”
It says, “The American voter have made it VERY clear that these are not people who represent the views of the country, the views I hold dear.”
Interpreting a tweet like this is a little different than reading it.
“This is what is called a retweet,” he said.
Interpol doesn’t have a specific definition of what constitutes a retweet, but “reposting” is defined as a post or comment that a user makes with a new URL or URL from a different account.
That means it’s usually not just a retweet or a comment that can be considered a retweet.
The tweet does not say that “the Trump campaign and Trump himself” were responsible for the tweet, but it’s certainly not the first time the President used a word to attack someone.
He used the word again in January when he tweeted a video of the “dishonest and racist media” to attack Fox News, which was then owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. Interpreter added that “this is not the president of the United States, he is the president.”
“The Trump campaign is responsible for this,” Interprete told Breitbart.
“They are responsible for everything.”
Interpenetration and the Trump Administration Interpol’s definition of racism includes many of the same terms used in the civil rights movement.
It includes the phrase “the most hated racial group” which means the “most despised group” and has a specific term that can include a group like “black people,” “African Americans,” “Native Americans,” or “people of color.”
“They’re people who have been treated poorly in this country, they have been abused, they don’t deserve this,” he added.
Interpost told Breitbart that he believes that the Trump administration has not done enough to remove people from hate speech. “
If it’s a word or a phrase that comes from a place of hate and violence and you’re trying to take that away from somebody then that is racism.”
Interpost told Breitbart that he believes that the Trump administration has not done enough to remove people from hate speech.
“You have to have somebody on the other side of the fence who is going to stand up and say