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Donald Trump is rejecting the support of a white nationalist group backing him in Iowa, but embracing what he called the "anger" that has come to characterize his campaign and its followers.
"I would disavow" the group's robocalls to voters, Trump told CNN's Erin Burnett Wednesday night on "OutFront," after being asked about the American National Super PAC
"People are angry, they're angry at what's going on," he said. "They're angry at the border, they're angry at the crime, they're angry at people coming in and shooting Kate [Steinle] in the back in California, in San Francisco, they're angry when Jamiel Shaw was shot in the face by an illegal immigrant, they're angry when the woman, the veteran, 65 years old, is raped sodomized and killed by an illegal immigrant. And they're very angry about it and, by the way, thousands of other cases like that.
On Wednesday night, Trump said Haley was correct -- he is mad.
"I'm angry at the way the country is being run and by the results that we have," he said.
Trump then promised that his election would bring "great victories" -- and with them a new, better national mood.
If elected in November, Trump said, the anger would "be gone very quickly."
originally posted by: jjkenobi
originally posted by: Grimpachi
a reply to: matafuchs
Why do the White Supremacist groups like Trump so much?
Why does ISIS like the Democrats so much?