Trump criticizes Critical Race Theory as ‘blatant racism’ that has ‘no place’ in our country

Trump calls Critical Race Theory ‘blatant racism’ that has ‘no place’ in our country during ‘Protect Our Elections Rally’ in Arizona

During a recent speech to conservatives over the weekend, former President Donald Trump criticized critical race theory, calling it “blatant racism” being forced into “every facet of our society.”

On Saturday, Trump took the stage at the Arizona Federal Theater for the “Protect Our Elections Rally,” hosted by Turning Point Action, where he criticized Democrats for clinging to an “America burden” ideology.

“We shouldn’t apologize to the world,” he said. “We apologize to America, just as Obama apologized. Remember, he apologized. They should apologize to America for what they did to it. That’s who I think he should apologize to.

Former President Donald Trump spoke to a crowd of thousands on Saturday at an election rally in Phoenix, Arizona

Trump also took a hit at the Biden administration, saying that their ‘America last’ philosophy makes fun of our country here at home.”

“Earlier this year, Biden signed an executive order pushing toxic, critical race theory into our children’s schools and into our military,” Trump continued. ‘What about our army? This poisonous leftist doctrine is blatant racism, plain and simple, and it has no place in our schools, no place in our military, and no place in our country.”