MSNBC Supercut Exposes Donald Trump’s Go-To Defense Of His Outrageous Statements
President Donald Trump's preference for pretending to be "just kidding" after getting a backlash for an outrageous statement is exposed in a damn new montage.
Trump asks Russia for help, encourages police brutality, and considers injecting disinfectants to treat the coronavirus in the supercut MSNBC's “The Beat with Ari Melber” broadcast on Monday.
The video shows the president or his aides trying to go back as a joke after a setback on the comments.
Check out the assembly here:
The beat with Ari Melber on MSNBC
WATCH: In the course of his political career, Trump has made many outrageous comments and tried to withdraw by saying he is only "joking".
1:13 - June 23, 2020
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