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Trump campaign aide sorry for retweeting chainsaw-wielding racist video

Trump campaign aide sorry for retweeting chainsaw-wielding racist video

President Trump’s campaign senior adviser Mercedes Schlapp has apologized after she came under criticism for retweeting a video of a man in Texas as he yelled the n-word and wielded a chainsaw to chase away anti-racism demonstrators. She has since removed the retweets. ’I deeply apologize and I retweeted without watching the full video. I deleted the tweet’, Schlapp wrote later.

Timothy
Timothy
Rocky
Rocky 2 months

No apologies necessary. It was a fantastic display of Americans not taking the lies and bull anymore. It was a video of a man defending his person and property. I don't see how any charges can stick when we have mountains of evidence of shop owners being beaten, robbed, burned, and killed, but because this guy was successful in defending himself it's illegal? I don't buy it. Not to mention he is a colored man calling white people the n word. This doesn't really bother me when they are acting in the way they were. My favorite part was how the same idi0ts calling for the disbandment of the police immediately scream "call 911" the irony is scrumptious.

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