President Trump Asked To Denounce QAnon At NBC Town Hall
Updated: Jan 16
At the Town Hall hosted by NBC on Thursday, moderator Savannah Guthrie asked President Trump if he denounces white supremacy. After President Trump clarified that he has denounced white supremacy for years prior and still does, Guthrie asked the President to denounce QAnon on the grounds that it was a “crazy conspiracy theory.” President Trump responded by saying “I don’t know much about it…but I hear that they are very strongly against pedophilia, and I do agree with that. I agree with it very strongly.” Watch the entire exchange below:
As an extra, here is a montage of President Trump denouncing white supremacy groups over the years:
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