Enough is enough!
Wolf Blitzer simply refused to back down in questioning Sean Spicer about Donald Trump and the swiftness or frequency of his “denouncement” of neo-Nazi and white supremacist groups who have said they support the new president.
Over and over again on Tuesday’s “The Situation Room,” Blitzer asked the Republican National Committee spokesman about these groups, Breitbart reports.
Spicer finally had enough. Here’s the video:
“When is it going to be enough?” Spicer declared.
“He has condemned everyone that’s come out and supported him, every group that supported him. At some point you have to take the position and go and move on. But over and over again, somebody will come out and say I support Donald Trump. He has to denounce them. Someone tweets, he has to refute the tweet. At what point is his position clear? He has said he refutes that. That is not the kind of movement he wants to support or be energized by him. That’s not the kind of people he wants to be associated with. And so, I don’t know how many more times Donald Trump can make his position clear, but it has been crystal clear for a long time and over and over and over again with every tweet, utterance, you name it Facebook posts, he has to somehow respond to it.
In fact, Trump has done nothing but denounce racist hate groups. He did so in an interview with the New York Times, he looked directly into the camera on 60 Minutes and told these groups to “Stop It,” but that’s simply not enough.
Blitzer continued his questioning, asking Spicer why these groups might support Trump. “I don’t know,” Spicer reacted angrily, saying he doesn’t examine why each group supports the president-elect.
Blitzer wouldn’t give up: he again asked if Trump should go “out of his way” to express his outrage.
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