D'Souza: The Clintons Have a History of Racial Insensitivity, Not Trump
The war of words between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump has escalated, with each presidential nominee accusing the other of racism and bigotry.
Dinesh D'Souza, author of "Hillary's America," said on "Fox and Friends Weekend" that Clinton should tread carefully because she has a dubious history on racial matters.
"Hillary and Bill themselves have a much greater history of racial insensitivity than Trump," D'Souza said, pointing out that Hillary once called young black males "super predators," while Bill said of Barack Obama in 2008, "A few years ago, this guy would have been getting us coffee."
He added that both Clintons publicly praised Sen. Robert Byrd, who was active in the Ku Klux Klan.
"Donald Trump has no history, nothing, that even compares to any of this," D'Souza said, noting that doesn't even take into account the Democratic Party's history with the KKK.
"I think the Democrats are used to going to this playbook and pointing to the Republicans as the party of bigotry, but the actual history reveals something quite different," D'Souza said.
"This is a party that has never acknowledged its own history. It has never apologized for its crimes. It blames the South, it blames white people, it blames America. It blames everybody except themselves."
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