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  1. chauntelle wood says:

    You won’t have me believe that he didn’t think the words he was using were wrong. If he didn’t think they were wrong, then I’d like him to explain what exactly he meant or who he was referring to when he said there would never be a n—— SAE. Furthermore, the entire press conference was a joke. His apology was obviously not sincere, but, like many other things, our country doesn’t recognize sincerity. The fact that he apologized is supposed to be enough. He’s only sorry for the consequences of his a tions, not his actions.

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