Respected on both sides
- Jun 20, 2008
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- Political Leaning
The comedy that made the British version of The Office brilliant is officially obsolete.
The man he had pointed to, Gregory Cheadle, a local real estate broker running for a Republican nomination for a congressional seat, said in an interview Friday night that it was “surreal” to be called out by Mr. Trump.
Mr. Cheadle said he was not offended by the remark, which he at first could not hear over the noise of the crowd. “I’ve had people come to me – and these were whites – tell me that they were offended,” he said. “And I appreciate them saying that, but I wasn’t offended by it.”
He also clarified that he is not actually a Trump supporter, saying that he went to a Bernie Sanders rally the night before. “I’d describe myself as someone who is searching for answers,” Mr. Cheadle said.
Yeah, that's how it was originally meant to be spelled. Get a klu, Helix.
Cringeworthy, yes. But to Biden's credit, at least he was referring to the right black guy rather than picking a random one out of the audience.
Yeah, the "my African-American" part is definitely cringeworthy. The story he was telling, however, sounds fascinating. Is it true protestors dressed in KKK outfits ran through his rally and got their asses kicked by a black Trump supporter? Did I miss that story?
i guess that you should edit the wikipedia page, then.
it's a potentially interesting Mandela effect discussion, though.