Donald Trump Jr. Thinks Pictures With Rappers Makes Dad Not Racist!

AllHipHop Staff

Donald Trump Jr. states in new interview that dad can’t be racist because of rappers!

By Rico Panacea (@RicoPanacea)

(AllHipHop Rumors) Donald Trump Jr. is a young, waggish, whimsical political figure. The younger Trump is proud of his father and supports him in commendable fashion.Trump Jr. sat down for an interview with The Daily Caller recently.

While being interviewed, Donald Trump Jr. attempted to clear up rumors of his father being a racist. Donald Trump Sr. has done many things with racist under/overtones during his presidency.

He consistently bounces back between both attempting to demean and demoralize minorities to later come back and deny he means it in a malicious way. I think we all got the picture after the Charlottesville and Puerto Rico incidents.

However, that's just my opinion and my personal opinion alone. As part of his interview, Donald Trump Jr. was asked the following question by The Daily Caller: "What do you think about the left’s efforts to frame your dad and anyone who supports your dad as a hater, as a racist, as a fascist? This is a cultural phenomenon and there’s fear spreading across the country of being able to say what you really believe.," said the Daily Caller.

Donald Trump Jr. would answer in the worst possible way further solidifying the claims against his father.

He said:

"Well, I think it’s terrible for a couple reasons. I spent this on the campaign trail when it was so obvious that was sort of the game plan. You know we’re gonna smear you with racist, fascist, whatever. The real problem is those things exist. Certainly, racism exists but if it’s your response to any argument you can’t win, you actually do real disservice to those people actually afflicted by it...I’ve seen him my whole life. I’ve seen the things he’s done. You know it’s amazing–all the rappers, all his African American friends, from Jesse Jackson or Al Sharpton***, have pictures with him."***

"Message, pictures hold more weight than words and consistent actions. In the words of my Hip-Hop brethren FDT!