Donald Trump seems to need some moral support from his fans from time to time, so he holds useless rallies. Earlier this week he spoke in front of a crowd of his supporters to attack the media for falsely saying he didn’t address neo-nazis for they are.
Trump re-read his initial statements to the crowd, saying that he did “condemn” the white supremacists march in Charlottesville, Virginia.
According to him he read word for word what he had said, but he actually left out the one part that had people talking.
Trump attacked the media by saying they didn’t report that he spoke out against hatred and bigotry:
“Just like they don’t want to report that I spoke out forcefully against hatred, bigotry and violence and strongly condemned the neo-Nazis, the white supremacists, and the KKK. I openly called for unity, healing, and love and they know it because they were all there. So what I did—so what I did is I thought I’d take just a second and I’m really doing this more than anything else because you know where my heart is. OK?”
Trump then went on to re-read his version of what he said, but left out the part where he says “on many sides,” which is what caused the controversy in the first place.
Trump didn’t condemn the KKK and white supremacists for who they are, he just said there was hatred, bigotry and violence “on many sides.”
Watch the clip below: