Castro Trump Jr a ‘coward’ for tweet about Harris calls’ racial heritage

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2020 Democratic presidential candidate Julian Castro, Donald Trump Jr, on Sunday for questioning of fellow Democratic hopeful Kamala Harris’ racial heritage, struck the son of the President calls a “coward” and said that it was his tweet last week “disgusting.”

Trump Jr is a post on the last Thursday of controversial conservative personality, Ali Alexander, the claims that Harris, a senator from California, “comes from the Jamaican slave-holders” but “Black Americans have retweeted.” The son of the President quickly erased the post.


“You notice what he did, and he tweeted it and then he deleted it like a coward, so he could say,” That was just a mistake, but he knows what he’s doing,” Castro said during an appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “He is a voice of, this racist, you know, remarks about Sen. Harris.”


Castro added: “We need to dispel to condemn you immediately, and you are not going to live anymore then, because you are disgusting.”

Both Castro and Harris were working with breakout performances in the first round of Democratic debates last week, with Harris, the attention for slamming the former Vice-President, Joe Biden, recently, for the defense, with segregation ists in the Senate-and, for once, in opposing mandatory busing of students repealed public schools.

Harris said on Friday that the talking back-and-forth with Biden was “only truth.” You told CBS that you have “great respect” for Biden, and not a judgment would, if his response was any at the end.

“This is a decision for the voters to,” Harris said.



Harris came up the big winner from last week’s discussions with her campaign raised $2 million in the 24 hours after leaving the stage on Thursday evening.

Figures, the show of the California Senator’s campaign, that over half of the contributions came from people who never gave it to you.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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