December 2, 2022

Controversy Trump Dinner with Antisemitic, White Nationalist Guests Revealed as a Setup

Activist Milo Yiannopoulos said he arranged a controversial Mar-a-Lago dinner between former President Donald Trump, Kanye West and Nick Fuentes to make his life miserable.

The advisor, who is reportedly working with West (also known as Ye) unveiled his effort to set up the former president in comments to NBC News.

"I also wanted to send a message to Trump that he has systematically repeatedly neglected, ignored, abused the people who love him the most, the people who put him in office, and that kind of behavior comes back to bite you in the end," Yiannopoulos reportedly said.

"Yiannopoulos persuaded a former Trump 2016 campaign adviser from Florida, Karen Giorno, to give Ye a ride to Mar-a-Lago, which she said led her to become an accidental member of Ye's dinner party," NBC reported.

"Yiannopoulos said he also wanted Giorno to brief Ye on Trump and politics and, if she went to the dinner, to lend a sense of political gravitas to the discussion," it added, leading to a strong response when Trump later discovered the details.

"He tried to f*** me, he's crazy. He can't beat me," Trump allegedly said, according to NBC News quoting a Trump source.

The situation was compounded by West soon sharing a podcast interview and storming out after he was confronted about his recent antisemitic remarks.

Podcast host Tim Pool spoke for about 20 minutes with West regarding the issues before the interview abruptly ended.

The damage has now been done, but Trump has only blamed those involved without apologizing for his actions.

The issue is also complicated by West's unlikely plans to run for president in 2024, offering a strange twist to start the next campaign season.

Source: Daily Caller

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