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Rep. Jeffries Will Not Retract Calling Trump A Grand Wizard But Does Not Think He’s A Klansman

Rep. Hakeem Jeffries appeared on CNN early Wednesday morning to speak on calling Pres. Trump a “Grand Wizard” living on 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

A “grand wizard” is associated with the Klu Klux Klan and Jeffries and the Democrats aren’t hiding their race innuendoes and allegations against the Commander-in-chief.

Jeffries was addressing a crowd at an Al Sharpton event on Martin Luther King Jr Day when he called Pres. Trump a “Grand Wizard.”

CNN Host Alisyn Camerota repeatedly ask Jeffries if he went too far by connecting Trump to the Ku Klux Klan and he refused to give a legitimate answer. He dove into his confusing double talk without remorse.

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One of Jeffries confusing responses was that he doesn’t think Trump is a Klansmen, so if that is the case why did use the term “grand wizard?” Rep. Jeffries, also said Trump has “a troubling pattern of racially insensitive and outrageous at times behavior that spans not months, not years, but decades,” but he also said it is time for an honest, albeit uncomfortable conversation about race in America. How can you have an honest conversation when you are making the environment toxic?

Jeffries disrespects King’s legacy and makes a sham of it. He should be condemned in Congress just like Rep. Steve King. These comments were equally outrageous.

Most of these politicians who use King’s legacy do not understand what the man was all about. King sat down with politicians he didn’t like to explain what was happening, hoping for a change.

Jeffries claims there should be a conversation on race but when you start off with language like this, you don’t want to work on bringing individuals together, you are purposely keeping division lines while inflaming a toxic environment.

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