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Look -- Don lemon.
-- as a CNN anchor who spoke recently about that in the wake of the tree bomber case it is a liberal he used me he's not in -- a conservative but he just said look.
We African Americans and him talking.
-- have to do better that's part of what were part of problem and and for his trouble and they also probably.
Said look I agree with Bill O'Reilly -- -- which it probably.
Pulled the pin on -- the grenade next on this but since then you've been clobbered.
You know I just this morning and Huffington Post -- -- Russell Simmons and taking a swing -- -- anybody on MSNBC or daily coaster in improbable places.
There's been pounding away on him and I think.
What's going on I think what they're trying to do -- get him up here -- predictability that everything yet pretty familiar to his veteran career other than CNN and we have CNN.
The liberal -- and that and I that they do stick with a more power to them -- credit I really think they'll succeed running up here and I think that's a larger problem than the media.
Ancient art -- there's no this example -- there's nobody is saying that you're here we see it folks here's somebody was campaigning middle class upwardly mobile values.
And he's getting clobbered.
By a kind of dogmatic.
Al Sharpton left.
And obviously implement I think I think that I think it's atrocious and I think that that the media.
Should be saying that the real debate is not.
Whether people are afraid street corners at night as Jesse Jackson himself said he was afraid that much because -- night the real issue is this -- how do you account how do you make it.
As a middle class Americans in this -- -- inclusive that jobs infrastructure that we -- saying earlier but also includes things like personal -- that's not a small issue in the media meteor completely ignoring that.
And the fact that he spoke out.
In the aftermath not only in that case in the decision but also the president's remarks.
Did you feel -- that the president's remarks were what let me just ask you what did you think when the president came out it's I actually.
Probably disagree with I think -- have discussed this before but I actually think the with the president it was very helpful because who else but the first black president can stand up and say listen.
-- Barack Obama forget -- -- president but even somebody like me who graduated from Columbia and Harvard Law School and then.
On papers -- the guy that.
You shouldn't be afraid of even I used to get weird looks and elevators when ice to get into an elevator the -- person because -- the color of my skin you know.
That's just a fact.
I mean that's just the way it is and people think it's racially divisive I actually think it's very instructive because that's just the fact in this country.
There is an attitude -- African Americans doesn't exist for its other experts white people and for him to be able to I think it would have been dereliction of duty.
As the first African American president for and that's the point that people may think it's something that if we can make people more aware of actually -- -- point.
Yes after Americans should be more responsible for their behaviors for the rest of us just -- and let -- but.
Based on the fact that they also.
Don't exactly have as easy as the rest of us -- right I believe to the states are walking on the street in the Florida that I with a back hospitals and notes incendiary to say I'd be alive today.
-- have to take a quick break.
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