Susan Rice claims Trump ‘cannot abdomen sturdy black girls’ after confrontation with reporter
Former Nationwide Safety Adviser Susan Rice steered Monday that President Trump’s latest confrontation with a black feminine reporter displayed his dislike for sturdy girls normally and black girls specifically.
Throughout Sunday’s White Home coronavirus process power briefing, the president advised PBS correspondent Yamiche Alcindor to “be good” and to not be “threatening” in response to a query about Trump’s declare that state governors have been requesting provides to combat the coronavirus pandemic that they did not really want.
“You go, lady,” Rice tweeted at Alcindor. “Pathetic when insecure males can’t abdomen sturdy black girls.”
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“I’m not the primary human being, girl, black individual or journalist to be advised that whereas doing a job” Alcindor tweeted Sunday. “My take: Be regular. Keep targeted. Bear in mind your goal. And, at all times press ahead.”
The White Home didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark.
Rice additionally advised MSNBC anchor Andrea Mitchell that she ought to have tweeted about Trump focusing on “sturdy girls.”
“As a result of he has a specific drawback, it appears, with black girls. However I believe as was identified in your earlier section, it’s an issue that applies to girls with sturdy personalities and a willingness to face up for themselves and their beliefs throughout the board.”
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The Washington Put up equally highlighted Alcindor’s race, though Trump didn’t explicitly reference that throughout the alternate.
“Alcindor, who’s a black girl, tried to complete her query, however Trump interrupted once more,” the Put up wrote. It added that “Trump’s response to Alcindor’s query recalled previous incidents during which the president has forged black feminine reporters as ‘silly,’ ‘a loser’ and ‘racist.'”
This is not the primary time media figures have steered Trump was racist. In November 2018, American City Radio Networks reporter April Ryan penned an op-ed within the Put up titled: “I’m a black girl. Trump loves insulting individuals like me.”
The piece referenced feedback Trump made to Alcindor, CNN’s Abby Phillip, and non-journalists like Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif.
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Nonetheless, Trump has turned his ire on many male media figures, together with CNN’s Jim Acosta and NBC’s Peter Alexander, whom Trump known as a “horrible reporter” in response to what he described as a “very nasty” query throughout a latest press briefing.
Trump has additionally attacked many white males with equally testy language, together with “psycho” Joe Scarborough, “Lyin’ Brian Williams,” “third charge grandstander” Rep. Thomas Massie, R-Ky.,”cutie pie” Jon Karl of ABC, and ‘Liddle’ Michael Bloomberg and Bob Corker, amongst many, many others.