Fox News host Tomi Lahren seemed to be quite bothered by hip-hop magnate Jay-Z who said President Trump was bringing out an “ugly side” of America in an interview with David Letterman.
The statement, made on Letterman’s on Netflix special “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction,” angered many conservative Fox viewers along with the controversial host Lahren. She noted that the “Empire State of Mind” artist was to blame for inflated mass incarceration rates for Blacks instead of Trump because Jay-Z endorsed former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
“Jay-Z, it’s pretty ironic that you think Donald Trump is a racist when you campaigned for Hillary Clinton!,” she exclaimed. “Remember that? That would be Hillary Clinton, the woman who called young black Americans ‘super predators.’ The one who stood by Bill when signed the $30 billion crime bill that imposed the death penalty on dozens more crimes and mandated life sentences for three-time offenders.”
Nevertheless, the Fox News host failed to realize that Trump proposed a similar idea to the 1994 bipartisan crime bill calling for tougher laws and has called for the death penalty for drug dealers.
Lahren then claimed that Trump has done more for America than former president Barack Obama and accused Jay-Z of “made-up racism” and stirring up “resentment in minority communities.”
She then fumed, “The President Is Winning and You Can’t Stand It!”