Press Secretary Sarah Sanders goes into a lengthy defense of President Trump and his policies.
First off, "white supremacist" is more of just a plain
old, accurate description of President Trump than it is an
over-the-top insult. Basic problem with the Press Secretary's defense
of the President is that it presents Trump as someone that the actual
person bears no resemblance to.
Second, I find it quite
interesting that Sanders has to go all the way back to May 2017 when Kathy
Griffin presented a stunt photo (depicting Trump as beheaded) in order to find
examples of "unfairness" towards him. As a matter of fact,
public reaction to Griffin's stunt was so strongly negative, she
essentially didn't have a comedy career for over a year. People now
consider that she's spent enough time in penance that she's now
rehabilitated and she's now doing comedy again.
If, on the other
hand, we were to look for examples of a fascist, white
supremacist-style policy on Trump's part, the policy of separating the children of brown people* from their parents on the Mexican border is
a current, today, right now example.
*Most of the current group of migrants comes from Central America, where they're fleeing violence, gangs, drugs, etc.