Trump’s Ghostwriter Claims POTUS ‘Half Awed And Half Frightened By Black People’

SPUTNIKNEWS – November 24, 2017: Commenting on Donald Trump’s recent feud on Twitter, the ghostwriter behind Trump’s 1987 best-selling book “The Art of the Deal” has claimed that the POTUS is “frightened” by black people and “attacking” is his only way to deal with them. He gave no strong proof to back up his claims though.

Writer and journalist Tony Schwartz appeared on CNN to discuss Donald Trump’s recent Twitter attacks on LaVar Ball, the father of a UCLA basketball player recently released from jail in China.

When asked whether Trump attacked him because of what he said or because of how he looked, Schwartz said, “Both. So first of all, [LaVar Ball] is a tall black man, and I think Trump is half awed and half frightened by black people and his only way of dealing with them is to attack them.

On Sunday, Trump rocked Twitter with a pair of posts slamming Ball for downplaying his role in releasing his son and two other basketball players, who were arrested on shoplifting charges in China.

“Now that the three basketball players are out of China and saved from years in jail, LaVar Ball, the father of LiAngelo, is unaccepting of what I did for his son and that shoplifting is no big deal. I should have left them in jail!” Trump said, adding in another post that Ball was “very ungrateful.”

Speaking on CNN, Schwartz also claimed that Trump has “a zero tolerance for any criticism” and attacks anybody who says anything negative about him.

“If he felt fear, he always felt aggression… and a need to put them down,” Schwartz added. He, however, presented no proof to his theory which remains nothing but his own assumptions, and they are hardly possible to confirm. Link: Read Complete Article


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