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MSNBC weekend host Joy Reid accused the President Trump the treatment of black celebrities differently than ordinary black citizens, and said that he splits them into two separate groups.
Reid said, your negative image of Trump dates back to its involvement in the Central Park Five case and not claimed, the rest of the country sees the President, by the way, because you live in New York City in the 80s.
“Yes. I mean-the reality is, unless you lived in New York in the 1980s and experienced Donald Trump, most of the people, they had no idea,” she said. “Everyone, you know, the friend I have is black seen “The apprentice” and I was the only one who is not.”
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“Donald Trump, the one I saw was Central Park, a Five-man,” she added. “These children were my age, a bit younger than I am. And so I experienced him as this terrible man, and I never wanted to see ‘The apprentice’ – but no one knew outside of New York really that. And a lot of what Donald Trump was in Florida, he had all the Rapper-everybody was in his Villa at the Mar-a-Lago, because he wanted to have a thumb in the eye of the … sort of people to the top, looked down on him.”
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Reid claims Trump is not only interested in the black stars for their fame, and would treat the average African-Americans with the same level of respect.
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“Donald Trump has two kinds of visions of black people. One-celebrities and sports stars that he wants to,” she said. “And two, every other black person that he thinks it’s beneath him. Black stars in a bucket and everyone else is in the other.”