Election town hall: Trump denounces white supremacy during town hall
Posted by Associated Press on 15th October 2020

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President Donald Trump is at the Pérez Art Museum in Miami on Thursday night for a town hall moderated by Today host Savannah Guthrie as he took questions from voters as part of a town hall.CoronavirusTrump was evasive with Guthrie about whether or not he took a COVID-19 test on the day of his debate against Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.Guthrie asked Trump when his last test was, he told her he tests quite a bit. Guthrie then asked if he tested the day of the debate and Trump said he probably did.Trump did inform Guthrie that he has no remaining symptoms of the virus. He did add that his doctors told him that his lungs were “a little bit infected” when he was hospitalized.Trump also claimed that the CDC found that “85% of the people that wear masks catch it.” Guthrie responded back that she knew of that study and that’s not what it says. Trump responded that is what he heard.White Supremacy”I denounced white supremacy, okay. I denounced white supremacy for years. But you always do it. You always start off with the question. You didn’t ask Joe Biden whether or not he denounces Antifa.”During that same conversation, Guthrie asked Trump to denounce QAnon, but he told her he didn’t know about them.”What I do hear about it, they are very strongly against pedophilia.”

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