Fox's David Bossie: Allegation that Trump used the N-word is an "outrageous accusation," "unfair to this president"

Fox's David Bossie: Allegation that Trump used the N-word is an "outrageous accusation," "unfair to this president"

Bossie: "It's unfortunate that Omarosa has just really committed, in my opinion, treason against the man who really created her"

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From the August 15 edition of Fox News' America's Newsroom:

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JULIE BANDERAS (CO-HOST): Now the question is(A)whether that non-disclosure agreement is binding, and number two -- and I think Omarosa does have the upper hand here when it comes to proving that or not -- the other is the reason why this non-disclosure, they claim, the Trump campaign claims, was violated is because she is accusing the president of the United States of using the N-word. That would essentially be what triggered this whole thing. 

DAVID BOSSIE (FOX CONTRIBUTOR, FORMER TRUMP DEPUTY CAMPAIGN MANAGER): Well, first of all, that's just an outrageous accusation with no evidence, no proof except for her rumor and innuendo. It is unfair to this president. He is an incredible, incredible man. I met him through non-political means, and he has always been an incredibly warm and generous person. I've never seen that side of him, and everybody that I talk to, no one has ever seen that side of Donald Trump. And only until now, when it becomes politically expedient to sell a book, does she try to say this. And it is -- it's just part of the problem with our politics today, and it's unfortunate that Omarosa has just really committed, in my opinion, treason against the man who really created her, and it's just unfortunate that we're seeing this type of backstabbing.

Previously:

Laura Ingraham: "It's factually untrue to say [Donald Trump] is a racist, because I know him"

Tucker Carlson defends racist Britain First Twitter account retweeted by Trump

Fox's Brit Hume: It "is unfair" to call Trump's "Pocahontas" attack a "racist slur," it's "essentially harmless"

Fox's Jesse Watters: Trump can't be racist because he dated a black model for two years

Fox's Mike Huckabee defends Trump's racist "Pocahontas" remark by invoking Disney movies 

Fox host claims Democrats are "potentially racist against" Trump 

Here are the right-wing media figures defending Trump’s racist “shithole” comment

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Race & Ethnicity, The Presidency & White House
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David Bossie, Donald Trump
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