Trump supporter forced to admit president’s racism after CNN rolls supercut of the president’s bigotry
Donald Trump speaks to supporters during a rally on April 22, 2016. (ABC News screen capture)

A discussion went off the rails during a panel about the GOP obsession with Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN)'s comments about the lobbying group American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC).

CNN host Erin Burnett showed a clip of President Donald Trump speaking to a Republican Jewish Coalition where he made a similar comment to Omar's. Democratic commentator Keith Boykin said that it was outright hypocrisy to hear Trump call for Omar to apologize and resign since he refuses to do the same for his own racist statements.

Burnett played a super-cut of Trump's racist comments publicly about the "very fine people on both sides" of the Charlottesville white supremacist rally. The Pocahontas attacks on Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) might be meant as an insult directed at her, but it's using a famous Native American as a pejorative. There are also the attacks Trump hurled at Mexicans who come to the United States.

"Look at my African American over here," Trump said at a rally before the 2016 election.

"Negotiating with China.... they say, 'We want deal!'" Trump told a rally audience in 2015, mocking the way they speak.

Burnett asked Republican Trump apologist Scott Jennings how the president can attack Omar when he doesn't have much of a leg to stand on himself.

Jennings surprisingly admitted that the president "doesn't have a perfect track record on these issues."

All Boykin could do is laugh at the Trump supporter. The panel discussion ended in a shouting match after Jennings said that Omar should be taken off of her committees, but couldn't explain why Trump shouldn't apologize and also resign.

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