Candace Owens said on Life, Liberty & Levin on Sunday that President Trump has dismantled political correctness during his time in the White House.

Owens said that the country was being lost to political correctness until Trump took office, but that she admires his courage to actively support minorities.

"Everybody was too politically correct to tell us that we were losing this country," she said. "[Trump] stood up on a platform and he started telling the truth."

Owens, Turning Point USA's communications director, has been a vocal supporter of the president, oftentimes receiving backlash from those who oppose him.


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Owens went on to say that had it not been for Trump's tough stance on immigration policy enforcement and standing up for the African-American community, America would be suffering.

Under Trump's administration, the unemployment rate for African-Americans has steadily decreased, and the president's popularity among African-Americans is continuing to rise.

"His courage and his strength [are] what I admire, and the results that he's already brought to this country in the 18 months that he's been in office," Owens said.

Despite media outlets labeling the president as a racist, Owens added, Trump is "producing results."

Pavlich, a Fox News contributor, said that calling Trump racist is merely a propaganda effort.

She called the media "a bunch of leftists" and that by calling conservatives racist, they believe their argument is won.

"That's not working anymore," Pavlich said. "The left doesn't have any solutions."

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