"Mr. President, are you a racist?" (C-SPAN)

  • Published on:  1/12/2018
  • President Trump signs MLK Day Proclamation. As he exits, reporters ask, "Mr. President, are you a racist?" Watch the full video here: https://www.betapchoi.com/channel/UCb--64Gl51jIEVE-GLDAVTg


  • Christopher Cadiente

    Imma ignore the racist commenta and say...
    He has a nice signature.

  • Curtis Porter
    Curtis Porter 1 months ago

    Trumps blacker than them there black folk

  • charjl
    charjl 1 months ago

    It's only right to ignore fake news. MSM is a joke

  • Yankeefan24
    Yankeefan24 4 months ago

    "Mr.Trump are you a racist?" Good thing he ignored them because how many fucking times does he have to prove that he isn't?

  • Maryam Mohamed
    Maryam Mohamed 4 months ago+1

    April Ryan all guns blazing. Love u April she is the one asking the question mr president are u racist

  • Maxwell Jacobs
    Maxwell Jacobs 4 months ago

    “Mr. president are you racist?”
    “Ahaha! You got me! Well yes i fucking hate people who look different than me! Thanks for the great question!”

  • travis hawkins
    travis hawkins 4 months ago

    Good for those reporters. They created history by asking what would be an extremely inappropriate question in any administration.

  • spence
    spence 4 months ago

    Why do these entitled children always ask questions AS HE'S LEAVING... like they know he's not gonna turn around and answer them right?

  • Keemone Knight
    Keemone Knight 4 months ago

    All whits are racist simple

  • Christian Johnson
    Christian Johnson 5 months ago

    Signing bills with a marker just seems kinda odd

  • Funny VIDS
    Funny VIDS 5 months ago

    Trump leaving with his tail tucked between his legs

  • Mark Pateri
    Mark Pateri 5 months ago

    Whoever said that was a disgrace. They should not be allowed to return. Imagine if someone said, "Mr President are you a pedophile? "
    libtards disgust me

  • Chris Amon
    Chris Amon 5 months ago

    Donald Trump and Mike Pence are both racists of bigotry.

  • Lori Gravelin
    Lori Gravelin 5 months ago

    Look everyone.. “ I signed my name like a big boy”!

  • Simme Rocky
    Simme Rocky 5 months ago

    -Only on sundays

  • Hollywood Hawkins
    Hollywood Hawkins 5 months ago+1

    Soon as she starts talking I go🤦🏾‍♂️

  • Brittany G
    Brittany G 5 months ago

    Stupid, random, and weird question.

  • Irys Dentysta
    Irys Dentysta 6 months ago

    This man in 1:02. NO!

  • DeportAllIllegals ByAllMeans

    President Trump is definitely not a racist but the Democratic Party is.
    History doesn't lie.
    Facts Don't lie.
    Democrats can't deny it.
    "The Democratic Party was responsible for passing Jim Crow laws, in addition to Black Civil Codes that forced Americans to utilize separate drinking fountains, swimming pools, and other facilities in the 20th century. (Wikipedia Commons)
    It is shocking that as talk of statues and historical racism is being bandied about, no one has Republicans have stood up for African Americans while Democrats not only stood on the sidelines, democrats voted against every piece of civil rights legislation in Congress from 1866 to 1966 – a whopping 100 years. That is a dismal record for today's Democrats who would like you to believe that history has been on their side on this issue.
    It hasn't.
    Democrats voted to keep Africans Americans in slavery, opposing the 13th Amendment which officially freed the slaves. Only four Democrats voted for it.
    Republicans also passed the 14th Amendment which granted slaves U.S. citizenship; Democrats voted against it.
    Republicans also passed the 15th Amendment which gave slaves the right to vote. Not a single one of the 56 Democrats in Congress voted for it.
    Shame on them.
    Furthermore, Republicans passed all of the Civil Rights laws of the 1860s — including the Civil Rights Act of 1866and the Reconstruction Act of 1867following the Civil War.
    The Republican Party itself was founded as the "anti-slavery party" in 1854. The party subsequently gave us President Abraham Lincoln and ultimately, the Emancipation Proclamation which led to the liberation of slaves.
    Republicans supported African Americans not only in the 1800s, but in modern times as well."

  • Vindicated Rascal
    Vindicated Rascal 6 months ago

    how sad are those reports on MLK day. Insane lefty loonies.