CNN’s Anderson Cooper said on Monday that from President TrumpDonald John Trump Trump’s second plan remains the mystery of Republican Trump’s outdoor rally in New Hampshire on Saturday, whose debt for eighty-eight years is more religious Earlier in the day, the race against Nascar’s top black driver Baba Wallace was “racist, simple and clear”.
In a tweet, the president accused Wallace of finding a “scam”
On Monday night, Cooper accused the president of “pointing to the only black man in a room full of white people” and “fiction about things he never did” to help him sink poll figures.
Anderson Cooper’s tweet to Trump’s Bubba Wallace: “This is racist, pure and simple.” pic.twitter.com/lQeC0zNGmM
-Justin Baragona (@justinbaragona) July 7, 2020
Cooper also announced this plan by accusing the president of trying to “smear black Nazca drivers, support the Confederate flags and traitor statues, thereby diverting people’s attention from the coronavirus crisis, which he claimed we are proud of. Part of the heritage.”
“If the split, inflammatory racist remarks can kill the coronavirus, then the US President will immediately go to Stockholm to win the Nobel Prize in Medicine.” -@AndersonCooper called Trump’s remarks a “transfer” of the surge in coronavirus cases . pic.twitter.com/EF8WvzAVum
— July 7, 2020, Anderson Cooper 360° (@AC360)
CNN and the White House did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
Investigators from the FBI discovered that the noose found in Wallace’s garage has been around for several months and was not aimed at Wallace individuals. But NASCAR released a picture of the noose, which was attached to the end of the garage door drawstring, emphasizing that “the noose is real.” Officials said that no other drawstrings on the track were tied in a similar manner.
Wallace tweeted his statement earlier on Monday in response to Trump’s tweet, calling on fans to make love “naturally” in the face of hatred.
He said: “Lovers should be naturally hated by people. Even when it is hated by POTUS, love can win.”
For the next generation and the children who follow me. .#LoveWins pic.twitter.com/tVaV3pkdLe
-Bubba Wallace (@BubbaWallace) July 6, 2020