You know-you know,when you're watching sports,
there's nothing more excitingthan a close match, you know?
Like, even if you havea favorite team,
you still want the gameto be close, right?
And, uh, politicsis the exact opposite.
Especially when the rival teamis a racist clementine.
Because right now, HillaryClinton is leading the race
by an averageof four percentage points,
depending on which pollyou look at,
which is too close for comfort,considering her opponent
is a man who regularly saysthings like this.
Bing, bing, bong, bing.
This should notbe a close race, people.
Hillary should be bing, bing,bong, binging the crap
out of that guy.
Especially giventhe unforced errors
Trump commits on a daily basis.For instance, this weekend.
Donald Trumpcaught in the middle
of a Twitter firestormonce again.
A tweet showing what appears to be the Jewish star of David
over a backdrop of money labeling Hillary Clinton
the most corrupt candidate ever.
It's as if someonetold Trump he's not allowed
to be misogynistic anymore,so he was like,
"Fine, I guessI'll call her a Jew."
Now-now, most people would let asituation like this
slow them down,but Donald Trump is a man
who turns gaffesinto gaffe-tunities.
So, his campaignhad a perfectly good fix.
REPORTER: Trump's campaign is defending the tweet,
arguing the star was really a sheriff's star.
But no explanation of how the campaign
came across that image, which was previously posted
in a white supremacist chat room.
It's now been changed--
the star replaced with a circle.
Wow, how did you do that, Trump?
It's completely different. Yeah!
That is not evena good cover-up.
You can still see--if you zoom in--
you can still seethe edges of the star
underneath the circle.
You're not even trying.
You know who...you know who Trump is, right?
Like, Trump is that guywho takes a giant dump
in your bathroom,forgets to flush, and then,
when you confront him, he justcomes in with air freshener,
like, "There, it's likeI was never here.
It's like I was never here."
I don't-I don't even understandhow... Here's my big question:
how could this tweetever have happened?
REPORTER: Daniel Scavino, Trump's former
New York golf course caddy- turned social media director
for the campaign now says he selected the star,
explaining he found it under Microsoft's "shapes."
Microsoft's sha... What the hellis Microsoft's shapes?
Who doesn't use Google?
What is Microsoft's shapes?
I mean, I-I seethat this is slick.
It's easy to try and blamethings on Microsoft, you know?
Microsoft does a few thingsweird. I mean, Microsoft
keeps making my computersearch for anime porn,
and that's not me.
No, I think I have a virus,guys. I think I have a virus.
But... But, you see,
it's not the shapethat's anti-Semitic.
That's not the point.It's when you put it
on top of a pile of moneynext to the word "corrupt"
that makes it anti-Semitic.It's all about context.
For example, a crossisn't a racist shape, yes?
But if you set it on fireon a black person's lawn,
then it is pretty (bleep)racist, people.
That's what makes it racist.
And... and, you know, you knowwhat else makes the star racist?
The fact that you got itfrom a neo-Nazi
white supremacist Web site.
Like, the fact that you haveyour former caddy
as your social media director--who are you? Who are...
It's like Trump thinks of a job,
then he hiresthe next person he sees.
"Oh, time for my annual checkup.
"Hey, Starbucks guy,put your finger up my butt.
Trump's campaignis a total mess,
but you wouldn't know thatwatching CNN.
Because to explain the tweetthey brought on
their newest hire, Trump'sformer campaign manager,
a man who literallysigned away his right
to say anything badabout Donald Trump.
The bottom line-- this ispolitical correctness run amuck.
If would have been a starnext to Hillary Clinton
that didn't havethe cash behind it,
no one would be questioningthis. This...
this is the mainstream mediatrying to read into something.
R... I'm sorry,read into something?
What is this guy saying? Oh, andby the way, uh, nice work, CNN.
Yeah. Because, just to be clear,that wasn't some special guest.
CNN has hired this guy.
And not to be Wolf Blitzer'sbeard groomer. No. No, no, no.
He's a politicalcommentator, all right?
Who's now gettingto do Trump's bidding
from insideyour news organization, CNN.
Because I... I don't understand.
Don't forget-- he signedan agreement with Donald Trump
saying he's not allowed to sayanything bad about Donald Trump.
So why is he on the news?
He's contractually obligatedto not say bad things.
Why not just hire Malfoy to givehis honest opinion on Voldemort?
Why not do that?
Why-why not go all the way then?
I don't thinkTrump hates Jewish people,
but I knowthat some of his supporters do.
In addition to black people,Mexicans, Muslims--
you know, most people.
And Donald and his campaigndon't do a very good job
of disavowing those people.
REPORTER: Trump retweeted a racially charged graphic
that overstates homicides committed by African-Americans.
REPORTER 2: Trump retweeted a tweet showing a swastika
next to the Bush family.
REPORTER 3: The tweet also included Jeb
in a mariachi outfit.
REPORTER 4: Trump retweeted someone who claims to live
retweet something racist once,you can say it was a mix-up.
Retweet it twice, you saythat you're bad at Twitter.
But at some point,you're just racist.
Yeah, and you may be tryingto dog-whistle
to a certain group ofyour people, but you understand
that your messageis getting through to all of us.
It's a normal whistle,and it's racist as (bleep).
Your feelingsabout racism in America
is a lot like your tweets.
You may be able to cover it up,
but your supporterscan still see your point.