The quote was made up by the "Fake News Media", he tweets - despite a recording of the interview.
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In the same way that "i wouldn't even rape you" is not a rape threat, "i didn't know that she was nasty" is not name calling.

I must have missed the outcry over her calling him a misogynist though...

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For heaven's sake BBC he was saying he didn't realise she was nasty about him. Why are you like this?

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This isn't shocking. Trump just said what everyone was already thinking, after they read about her background.

Nasty Meghan Markle

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WHO

GIVES

A

SHIT?!?

This is the epitome of #FAKENEWS 🗞

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Would have been better phrased as "I didn't know that she had been nasty", but it's not really necessary, the disingenuous legacy media know what he meant.

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It's the Sun newspaper so the tape has obviously been doctored.

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She is brainwashed, like most celabrities, that's for sure.

Meanwhile, in Rotherham.... or Meanwhile, at the Defend Brexit court case...

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What can I say Nick Bryant, you have problems with reading comprehension, and clearly Trump doesn't. You are a fucking moron.

Fuck the BBC for lying again, too.

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Holy fuck. Why are the BBC arguing whether Trump used the word "nasty" as a Noun or an Adjective.

When Trump's opposition has to descend to saying: "Ha, we got you this time by misinterpreting the grammar you used: when you said her words were nasty, we read your mind and know that you were really thinking she as a person was nasty because she is black".

BBC you are the racists, in your mind "nasty == black" and are simply projecting your own degenerate thoughts on Trump.

Stories like these are the reason I cancelled my TV License.


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2019-45-Mo 05:45:27 am

Holy fuck. Why are the BBC arguing whether Trump used the word "nasty" as a Noun or an Adjective. When Trump's opposition has to descend to saying: "Ha we got you this time by misinterpreting the grammar you used: when you said her words were nasty, we read your mind and know that you were really thinking she as a person was nasty because she is black".

BBC you are the racists, in your mind "nasty = black" and are simply projecting your own degenerate thoughts on Trump.

Stories like these are the reason I cancelled my TV License.

2019-46-Mo 05:46:07 am

Holy fuck. Why are the BBC arguing whether Trump used the word "nasty" as a Noun or an Adjective.

When Trump's opposition has to descend to saying: "Ha we got you this time by misinterpreting the grammar you used: when you said her words were nasty, we read your mind and know that you were really thinking she as a person was nasty because she is black".

BBC you are the racists, in your mind "nasty = black" and are simply projecting your own degenerate thoughts on Trump.

Stories like these are the reason I cancelled my TV License.

2019-20-Tu 05:20:39 am

Holy fuck. Why are the BBC arguing whether Trump used the word "nasty" as a Noun or an Adjective.

When Trump's opposition has to descend to saying: "Ha, we got you this time by misinterpreting the grammar you used: when you said her words were nasty, we read your mind and know that you were really thinking she as a person was nasty because she is black".

BBC you are the racists, in your mind "nasty = black" and are simply projecting your own degenerate thoughts on Trump.

Stories like these are the reason I cancelled my TV License.

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Meghan is a nasty negro.

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