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White House slams media for focusing on Trump’s NASCAR tweet instead of urban violence

The White House chided the media Monday for obsessing about President Trump’s tweet on NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace and the Confederate flag, whereas failing to ask any questions on a surge of weekend violence in New York City and Chicago.

“I was asked probably 12 questions about the Confederate flag,” White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany mentioned as she wrapped up her press briefing. “This president’s focused on action. I’m a little dismayed that I didn’t receive one question on the deaths that we got in this country this weekend.”

She famous, as she did in the beginning of her briefing, that shootings in New York City doubled for the third straight week and rose by 142% in a single week.

“Not one question,” she mentioned. “I didn’t receive one question about five children who were kil-led.”

Ms. McEnany identified that one of the victims was an 8-year-old woman.

“We want to be focused on securing our streets, making sure no lives are lost because all Black lives matter — that of David Dorn, and that of this 8-year-old girl,” she mentioned. Mr. Dorn was a retired police captain who was shot and kil-led in St. Louis final month.

Reporters instead pressed Ms. McEnany repeatedly on the president’s causes for tweeting that Mr. Wallace, the lone Black driver in NASCAR, ought to apologize for complaining a couple of hate crime when his staff discovered a rope formed like a noose in his storage bay. The FBI decided that there was no hate crime, because the rope-pull on a storage door had been there since not less than October, when Mr. Wallace’s staff wasn’t utilizing that specific storage bay.

The president tweeted that NASCAR scores have gone down for the reason that “hoax” over the noose and since Mr. Wallace efficiently led a transfer to ban the Confederate flag from NASCAR occasions.

Mr. Wallace responded to the president’s remark Monday by urging his social media followers to disregard “haters.”

“Always deal with the hate being thrown at you with LOVE!” Mr. Wallace tweeted. “Love should come naturally as people are TAUGHT to hate. Even when its HATE from the POTUS…Love wins.”

Ms. McEnany mentioned the president “was not taking a position [on the Confederate flag] one way or the other.”

“There was no hate crime, the FBI concluded that, [and] President Trump was merely saying Mr. Wallace should agree with that,” she mentioned. “There was no hate crime here and we should all be grateful for that. Most Americans are great, hard-working people.”

She mentioned the president “wants no part in ‘cancel culture’” and he’s appalled by the media’s “rush to judgment” in circumstances of alleged racism.

“He rejects this notion that somehow NASCAR men and women who go to these sporting events are racist,” she mentioned.

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