CNN’s Ana Navarro Rips Trump for ‘Incoherent Babbling’ in Comments About Obama, Charleston Church Shooting
President Donald Trump last night tried to contrast the critical coverage of him after the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting to the lack of such coverage of former President Barack Obama after the Charleston church shooting.
“I was in the headline of the Washington Post, my name associated with this crazy bomber. Trump bomber or something. But I was in the headline,” Trump told Laura Ingraham. “They didn’t do that with Bernie Sanders when he had – they didn’t do that with the Democrats when other people came at – they didn’t do that with President Obama with the church, the horrible situation with the church.”
CNN’s Jake Tapper showed the clip on The Lead today, and Ana Navarro immediately reacted by saying, “That just makes absolutely no sense. I mean, that’s incoherent babbling.”
“I don’t think Barack Obama ever said anything that would incite violence against an African-American church,” Navarro said, “whereas you’ve got Donald Trump––who even after those explosive devices were sent in the mail––has been saying incendiary stuff.”
Watch above, via CNN.
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