BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA — After Donald Trump's blockbuster announcement yesterday that he purports to accept the fact that President Obama was born in the United States, several things happened.
Interviewed here in Baton Rouge by associate solitary reporter John Jones, David Duke, former KKK grand wizard and Republican candidate for the US Senate, denounced Trump in the strongest terms for ending his campaign to deny Obama legitimacy. Duke said, “Trump will lose the election to Hillary on that issue alone. I am totally pulling my support from Trump. Obama was born in either Kenya or Indonesia and that is a fact! Why do I know that that is a fact? Because black people have no place in the land of the free and the home of the brave — it’s a simple as that.”
Duke also told Jones that Louisiana’s recent floods were caused by black people refusing to go to work.
Former Breitbart top dog and current Trump campaign CEO Stephen Bannon told associate solitary reporter Jim Smith that he regrets Duke’s plugging the plug on his valued support for Trump, but he added that he expects that yet another outstanding white supremacist will immediately fill the gap left by Duke’s withdrawal.