However, I've heard nothing coming from Trump that indicates what they're trying to imply. He talks plain speak and doesn't coach his words. If they weren't parsing every word that comes out of his mouth as negative, they wouldn't be interpreted that way. A prime example to me was the incident in Charlotte between the two factions, where he said there were good people on both sides and it was picked up as a pass for the neo-Nazi's. I knew what he meant and it didn't refer to them at all.
There were good people on both sides. Every day people who didn't want their history obliviated and people who felt that these monuments of the South were offensive.
You formed a negative opinion of him based on his personal business from day one and there has been nothing but hate speech coming from you and other liberals ever since, not only at him but at his wife and followers as well. First it was accusations that he was colluding with Russia and when that proved to be untrue, it swung to being racist, a bigot and whatever other name they can come up with. Meanwhile, the majority of hate speech that I'm seeing and hearing is primarily coming from the liberal side. Did you hear that liberal protesters at Mitch McConnell's home were calling for a "knife through his heart" this weekend?
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