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Eboni Williams opened the "Fox News Specialists" on Tuesday by blasting President Trump's responses to questions about the Charlottesville violence.

She said that Trump had not heeded her advice to him yesterday, when she said that he was likely not a racist, but that he appears to be OK with having the support of those factions.

Williams said at the time that Trump must make a second statement on the matter and fully condemn the white nationalist part of his base.

Tuesday, she said that Trump was "playing dumb" on having the support of David Duke, a former Ku Klux Klan leader, and his following.

She noted that Duke took to Twitter on Tuesday to thank Trump for his "honesty and courage" to call out left-wing "terrorists" during the Q&A.

"How long does that narrative even remain something we can entertain?" Williams asked.

Katherine Timpf called the press conference "one of the biggest messes I've ever seen" and "disgusting."

Williams reiterated her stance, saying that she had asked Trump to call out Duke and the racist factions by name.

"Well, sir, David Duke certainly knows who you are and what you stand for," she said.


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