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Kudlow: I dont believe there’s systemic racism in the US

This is a Trump buddy from just over the George Washington bridge in Englewood. Now to frame this, Englewood is Englewood Cliffs is an affluent suburb frequented by many in finance that need to visit Wall St in neighboring NYC. It providing a very white lifestyle free of diversity. OK, not entirely true, there is a nice Korean community there too. They have their own thriving police force and you won’t want to be black driving there at night, just sayin. So yeah, there is no division and there is no racism there that I can see, only a blind social perspective! That perspective was not voted in, he was brought in by a president that was voted in. Get it?

Top White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said Wednesday he does not believe there is systemic racism in the United States.”I don’t believe there’s systemic racism in the U.S. I’m not going to go into a long riff on it,”…
Source: The Hill

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