Tuesday on MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell Reports, former National Security Adviser Susan Rice claimed President Trump has a problem with strong black women.
Referring to a Rose Garden exchange between Trump and PBS reporter Yamiche Alcindor, Rice said, “He has a particular problem, it seems, with black women, but as was pointed out in your earlier segment, it’s a problem that applies to women with strong personalities and a willingness to stand up for themselves and their beliefs across the board.”
“It’s a sad thing. It’s a reflection of one’s own insecurity,” she continued. “It’s not a reflection of the talent or the capacities of the women we’re talking about. And I hope very much that we can move beyond that. It’s so unbecoming in the context of a national crisis for the president to lash out at individuals, whether the governor of Michigan or the speaker of the House or a reporter who asked a very fair, tough question.”
Trump said nothing racist or sexist to Alcindor. He says worse to white male reporters, but that doesn’t allow the left to play the race card.