- Apr 9, 2010
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If you care, the headlines I've seen here in the mainstream media are along the lines of . . .
"The truth behind Trump's white supremacist claims."
"Trump causes outrage by tweeting white nationalist conspiracy theory."
I don't watch tv news other than seeing clips online, but they seem to be treating the issue the same way. "Just stuff made up by racists. Nothing to see. Move along."
Coverage of the reaction in South Africa seems to present a consensus of people there wanting the US to stay the **** out of the issue, which is to be expected.
The essential right wing US blogger of the "Trump" movement has weighed in:
On the contrary. I think the general consensus is that all our trade partners around the globe get involved in this issue as it could surely affect trade deals.
All we are saying is that do it the right way, and rather investigate the matter before making outrageous statements. I think Trump has the right idea, it's just that he's getting ahead of the issue.