MSNBC Asks Black Man to Watch Hillary Clinton Clip, Shows Him Fried Chicken Commercial InsteadChris Menahan
Aug. 28, 2016
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MSNBC host Alex Witt's attempt to smear Trump as a racist just went horribly wrong.
After asking the CEO of the NAACP, Cornell William Brooks, to comment on a clip of Hillary Clinton accusing Trump of appealing to a "racist fringe" in the Republican party, her control room instead cut to a KFC commercial advertising their "extra crispy chicken."
"Hillary's latest attempt to secure the black vote goes above and beyond," commented one YouTuber.
"'I am the Extra Crispy Colonel' - Hillary Clinton in an impassioned plea to black voters," said another.
Trump countered Hillary Clinton's line MSNBC was going to play by saying she is a "bigot who sees people of color only as votes."
Watch this short compilation if you question whether that's not entirely true.
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