I joined BBC WM on Sunday morning to review the last 96 hours in US politics, from Donald Trump’s retweets and endorsement of the Islamophobic output of a far-right British group to the guilty plea of top advisor Michael Flynn in the Trump-Russia investigation.
All of a sudden, those retweets are in danger of being forgotten. And they shouldn’t be. We’ve had questions about the way that Trump appears to endorse groups that do not embrace unity and tolerance, but in the fact the opposite — and he’s nailed his colors to the mast now.
See also TrumpWatch, Day 317: Has Trump Admitted to Obstruction of Justice Over Flynn?
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