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This morning on MSNBC, NPR analyst Cokie Roberts asked Donald Trump if he was "proud" of alleged incidents of racist bullying inspired by his rhetoric.

“There have been incidents of white kids at basketball games holding up signs to teams that have Hispanics on them saying, ‘we’re going to build a wall to keep you out.’ Are you proud of that? Is that something that you’ve done in the American and social discourse that you’re proud of?”

Trump responded that Roberts' question was "nasty," and then said that he didn't know anything about the incidents, but didn't like hearing about it.

In her "Off the Record" commentary, Greta asked why the question was asked like that.

"It's incendiary," she said.

She continued: "When the media explores these very important issues, it should not throw its own Molotov cocktails. It stirs up trouble, and it doesn't help voters."

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