1. Republican Strategy Since Reagan Is To Be Covert In Their Racism As 'Overt Racism Doesn't Win Elections Anymore'
2. Late Night Show Hosts Demolish Trump's Racist Tweets & Racist Chants Of The Four Congresswomen
Republicans are trying to condemn Trump for his racist tweets without actually using the word racist as that's their age old party strategy that Trump is ruining for them by being so openly racist. But a Republican's bread and butter is decisive strategy of racism so they stick with their war plan of attacking American citizens for status and money. The following videos illustrate and explain what's going on.
FALLOUT OVER TRUMP'S RACIST TWEETSTORM 7/16/2019 President Trump's racist Twitter attacks on four freshman Democratic congresswomen result in a formal rebuke led by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
As a former, and more professional Republican presidential candidate, Romney understands how to attack colored citizens without using overt racism as Reagans White House adviser person explained. Romney is a good Republican traitors following his parties rules. This is how Republicans are supposed to act and have been acting for decades.
Other Republicans (hypocrites on every issue from the debt to excessive federal spending on pleasure activities like kings) have chosen to defend our white nationalist President and call him "frustrated";
The Squad Says They're More Than Four People
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Published on 17 Jul 2019 The four Congresswomen who were attacked by Trump this week, aka 'The Squad,' held a press conference to respond to the Squawker-in-Chief.
Mitt following his parties strategy of attacking colored American citizens;
Seth takes a closer look at the president and GOP leaders insisting that Trump’s latest racist comments are not, in fact, racist despite the fact that they are definitely super racist!
A Puzzle That's Too Hard For Republicans
Republicans just can't solve this ''Wheel of Misfortune'' puzzle.
The GOP Reacts (And Doesn't) To Trump's Racist Tweets
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Published on 16 Jul 2019 Following the President's xenophobic Twitter tirade against Democratic Congresswomen, Sen. Lindsey Graham was quick to denounce the hateful rhetoric... of the Democratic Congresswomen? #Colbert #Monologue #LSSC
News Video: Democrats look for bipartisanship in condemnation of Trump racism - Rep. Tom Malinowski, author of the newly passed House resolution condemning Donald Trump for his racist remarks against members of Congress, talks with Rachel Maddow about standing up for his colleagues and the Democrats' outreach to Republican members.