On Tuesday, Political commentator Symone Sanders quickly corrected former Trump campaign strategist David Urban after he attempted to claim that she was a supporter of the Islamist group Hamas.
During a panel discussion about US involvement in Israel, CNN’s Jake Tapper asked if there was a generational view on opinions with the new freshman Congress.
Sanders said that there were “nuances” among the freshman class, and that generational differences play a part in how they think about global affairs.
“Why would you ask Symone if she supports terrorists?” Tapper asked Urban.
“How can you be sympathetic while also be a defender of funding Israel?” Urban said.
Sanders then unloaded on him by saying, “No you Stop! Do you denounce hate?!”
Urban then “cleaned up” his comments about Sanders supporting Hamas.
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