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Here’s What Donald Trump Did To His Aide Who Called Al Sharpton’s Daughter The N-Word…

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The Trump campaign is making headline yet again, but I’m not sure they want these ones:

 

Earlier today, Business Insider’s senior politics correspondent, Hunter Walker, revealed that a senior adviser to GOP front-runner Donald Trump published many racist and otherwise offensive Facebook posts.

 

Specifically, the adviser, Sam Nunberg, called President Barack Obama a “Socialist Marxist Islamo Fascist Nazi Appeaser” and “Farrakahn’s Messiah.”

 

He referred to Al Sharpton’s daughter as “N—!” And so on.

 

Ohhhh. Boy. I don’t see a problem much with calling Obama a Socialist Marxist Islamo Fascist Nazi Appeaser, after all, wasn’t that his campaign motto in 2008? But still, the last comment is problematic. To say the least.

Here’s the post, which is a little unclear:

 

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Could that have meant anything else?

The douchebag Henry Blodget at the Business Insider of course just assumes that Trump is an unrepentant racist:

 

Given Mr. Trump’s history of controversial and offensive remarks, including those about Mexican immigrants, this discovery did not seem altogether surprising.

 

What was surprising, at least to this Trump campaign observer, was the campaign’s response to this revelation.

 

Within an hour after being alerted to Nunberg’s Facebook’s posts, a Trump campaign spokesman told Business Insider that Nunberg will be “terminated immediately” once the posts’ authenticity is verified.

 

This reaction, of course, is the reaction that might be expected from any serious candidate for the US presidency. More

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