The White House has recently come out and given a definition to a dinner recently held by Donald Trump in which he invited Kanye West into his home:
Bigotry and hate.
There's really no winning with this crowd. If Trump kept to himself, he'd be called a bigot and a racist. If he held a dinner and invited possibly the most influential black man in America, he'd get called a bigot and racist.
How do I know?
Because Trump recently held a dinner and invited maybe the most influential black man in America and the result was me having to write an article about liberals calling him a bigot and a racist.
Donald Trump claims that he had no prior knowledge that Kanye West was bringing a guest to dinner, and Trump claims to have never met or known the guest in the past.
Kanye's guest was Nick Fuentes, a white nationalist.
The White House immediately placed blame on Trump for who Kanye brought to dinner:
"Bigotry, hate, and antisemitism have absolutely no place in America — including at Mar-a-Lago," Biden's team said in a statement. "Holocaust denial is repugnant and dangerous, and it must be forcefully condemned."
I, for one, have never heard Donald Trump deny the holocaust. As for his guest? Again, Trump claims to have had no idea who the man was.
"This past week, Kanye West called me to have dinner at Mar-a-Lago. Shortly thereafter, he unexpectedly showed up with three of his friends, whom I knew nothing about. We had dinner on Tuesday evening with many members present on the back patio. The dinner was quick and uneventful. They then left for the airport," Trump explained. "Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, was asking me for advice concerning some of his difficulties, in particular having to do with his business. We also discussed, to a lesser extent, politics, where I told him he should definitely not run for President, ‘any voters you may have should vote for TRUMP.’"
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