Anyone who supports Donald Trump is as good as a racist, said filmmaker Rob Reiner.
The director of When Harry Met Sally said that there is & # 39; no distinction & # 39; was between racists and those who turn & # 39; on & # 39; what he called the president's racism.
& # 39; The President of the United States is a racist. He has made it clear that his re-election is based on white nationalism, & Reiner said.
& # 39; If you support him, there can be no distinction between you as a racist and as a racist enabler. They are the same. & # 39;
Filmmaker Rob Reiner (photo left) said that there is & # 39; no distinction & # 39; was between racists and those who turn & # 39; on & # 39; what he called Donald Trump's racism (the president is pictured on the right)
The director of Harry Met Sally yesterday expressed his criticism of Trump on Twitter
Reiner was confronted with an immediate setback by Matt Schlapp, the head of the American Conservative Union, who said that America & # 39; had come a long way.
Dus So the majority of Americans are nasty racists? No, & he persisted.
The support of Trump and the former reservist of the Montgomery Granger army said that Reiner's comments should be ignored.
The debate on the deadline has intensified in recent weeks after Trump has called on four non-white democratic congress women to go back & # 39; to their alleged homelands.
The American House of Representatives voted for the & # 39; racist remarks & # 39; condemn the President and accused him of & # 39; legitimizing fear and hatred & # 39 ;.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, one of the & # 39; team & # 39; of firebrand-lefts that Trump clearly had in mind, said that Trump had a & # 39; racist spirit in his head and a racist heart in his chest & # 39; had.
The term was used intensively again this week after Trump focused on Rep. Elijah Cummings, its black-majority district is a & # 39; disgusting rats and rodent-ridden mess & # 39; called.
Senator Bob Casey from Pennsylvania called the President's remarks racist and said: "We must keep calling it".
Objectives: The four congress women who were the subject of Mr. Trump's attack – from the left, Ayanna Pressley, Ilhan Omar, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Rashida Tlaib – at a press conference in Washington yesterday
However, it is another matter to classify all Trump supporters as racist – recalling Hillary Clinton's statement in 2016 that half of Trump supporters are to be a & # 39; basket of regrettable & # 39; belonged.
The comment was generally seen as a blunder and the term & # 39; regrettable & # 39; has since been viewed by some Trump supporters as a badge of honor.
Trump seems to believe that the Democrats will suffer in 2020 if he focuses on the kind of issues that dominated his 2016 campaign.
He probably owes his political rise to his promotion of the fake theory that his predecessor Barack Obama was not born in the United States.
The & # 39; birther & # 39; theory, intended to undermine the first black president, is completely incorrect.
His protracted presidential campaign was built from the outset on hostility towards immigrants. In his announcement speech, he mentioned Mexican migrants & # 39; rapists & # 39; and said they brought & # 39; drugs and crime & # 39 ;.
In 2017, Trump faced a huge setback when he responded to clashes between neo-Nazis and counter-demonstrators in Charlottesville, Virginia, by saying that there were & # 39; very nice people & # 39; on both sides. goods.
Earlier today, Donald Trump (left) urged America to become & # 39; smart & # 39; after two Somali refugees were arrested for attempting to join ISIS – threatening to restore his feud with Ilhan Omar (right)
His remarks were generally seen as a failure to condemn the neo-Nazis marching through the city.
Last year, at a private White House meeting on immigration, the president wondered why the United States admitted so many immigrants from & # 39; sh * thole countries & # 39; like African countries.
At a meeting in North Carolina earlier this month, Trump supporters sang & send her back & # 39; after the president had criticized one of the & # 39; Squad & # 39 ;, Ilhan Omar.
The president later ignored the comments, but did nothing to stop them while they were taking place.
The team's support for an ambitious Green New Deal has led to some division in the party, while in the past Omar ended up in hot water about alleged anti-Semitism.
However, Trump's strategy can also be counterproductive, since a poll earlier this month showed that a majority of Americans said his tweets & # 39; un-American & # 39; goods.
According to the USAToday / Ipsos poll, two-thirds agree that telling minority Americans to & # 39; go back to where they came from & # 39; is racist.
A similar strategy yielded no results for Trump in 2018 when he closed the mid-term election campaign with frequent warnings about an upcoming migrant caravan.
Democrats won control of the House of Representatives and Trump has hardly mentioned the caravan since January.
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