Donald Trump, apologizing?
For his fans, one of Trump’s most appealing traits is his refusal to apologize for making politically incorrect comments. Millions of Americans are grateful to the GOP candidate for saying things they’re afraid to say.
A few voters’ hearts probably skipped a beat when they heard that “the Donald” had finally said he was sorry for one of his most notorious remarks. The truth is, he simply doubled down in a way that will have supporters cheering.
According to Breitbart:
During an interview with Fox News host Bill O’Reilly, Trump addressed the nickname he used for the Massachusetts senator.
“I do regret calling her Pocahontas because I think it’s a tremendous insult to Pocahontas — so to Pocahontas I would like to apologize to you,” Trump said.
Warren claimed Native American heritage while she was a professor in Harvard — even though there is no evidence that she has any connections in her ancestry.
Trump referred to Warren as Pocahontas during a press conference in North Dakota, prompting reporters to inform him that it was “very offensive.”
Elizabeth Warren, possibly the whitest woman in America, used the lie that she was an oppressed minority to gain access to programs and money designed to lift up some of the most historically oppressed and underrepresented groups in our country, but Donald Trump’s comment was offensive?
Give me a break!