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Stephen Miller Fights Back Chris Wallace — ‘No Question’ Trump Is Not Racist

I don’t know about anyone else, but I’m completely burned out on the word, racist.

Rep. Nancy Pelosi is many things, most of them negative, but no evidence shows that she is against “people of color.” On the other hand, Pelosi is reaping what she has sown. She gave these young nitwits a lot of rope, so I suspect they will all hang together come election day.

As for Pres. Trump, he will say the wrong thing at the wrong time, and he will exaggerate many things, but his heart is always in the right place. He’s not a racist nor does any of his policies push racism.

Democrats have latched on to a word that they can’t let go and they want to ride this to the 2020 General Election, hoping it will stick to bring down a prosperous leader. Every move that he’s made has been toward making this country better.

On Sunday morning, Fox News’ Chris Wallace was doing his best to beat down nails of racism into Pres. Trump’s political successes, Stephen Miller, White House Senior Policy Advisor, was time enough for him:

Wallace: You are the president’s senior policy advisor and his chief speechwriter. His tweets this week about those for congresswomen, and let’s put them up: Why don’t they go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came — are the latest in a long string of controversial comments by Mr. Trump, some of which I know that you helped draft.

Miller: I think the term “racist”, Chris, has become a label that is too often deployed by the left, Democrats in this country simply to try to silence and punish and suppress people they disagree with, speech that they don’t want to hear.

The reality is that this president has been a president for all Americans, whether you look at historically low black unemployment rates, historically low Hispanic unemployment rates, or if you look at what he’s doing on immigration to protect safety, security, rising wages for all American citizens.

What did you think of Miller’s response to Wallace?

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