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Sen. Cory Booker, D-N. J., blasted President Trump about his ongoing feud with the four progressive women in Congress, and said the President is “worse than a racist.”
CNN, Dana Bash, on Sunday said the Booker appeared to stop short Trump is a racist, in spite of the public convictions of several of its 2020 rivals such as sen Bernie Sanders, I-VT, and sen, Kamala Harris, D-Calif.
Booker claimed that he was not to stop short.
“The reality is, this is a guy who is worse than a racist,” Booker said. “He is, in fact, with racist clichés and race, of language for political gains, try to use this to share as a weapon, our nation against itself.”
The 2020 Democrat, called George Wallace, Democratic Alabama Governor, was the largest resistance to the civil rights movement in the 1960s.
“This is someone who is very similar to George Wallace. He is said, in exactly the same language,” Booker.
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He continued, “We have seen how he has to stop in a Know Nothing party, which was trying to, Irish and German immigrants. We have seen how he is with the McCarthyism. We have a demagogue panic person, to share with the breed. And this is not a referendum on him, this is a referendum really on the heart and soul of our country. Who we are and who we are for each other.”