Trump Calls Antifa Cowards: 'Ever Notice They're Never at Bikers For Trump?'

President Donald Trump speaks during the "Presidential Social Media Summit" in the East Room of the White House, Thursday, July 11, 2019, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

When attorney Harmeet K. Dhillon — who represents journalist Any Ngo, who was recently beaten up by violent Antifa protesters — was done speaking at the White House Social Media Summit, President Donald Trump used the opportunity to slam Antifa for being cowards. “Did you ever notice,” he asked, “that they are never there when we hold a Bikers For Trump rally?”


Ms. Dhillon thanked those present for listening to her. President Trump immediately approached her, shook her hand, and took over her position at the microphone. “Another thing,” he told her, “I believe that you’re representing a young man who just got slugged, viciously slugged, I think it’s a disgrace. Did you ever notice they pick on certain people? I mean, he would tell you he’s not the toughest person in the world, right? They don’t go after Bikers For Trump. Did you ever notice that? They don’t go after our construction workers, who love us.”

“They,” the president went on referring to Antifa activists, “live in the basement of their mom’s home, their arms are this big, look like this, but they have the black masks on. And they have sticks and they hit people. They hit people in the face, in the head, this Antifa.”

“But have you never noticed Antifa is never there when we have a bikers rally?” he correctly pointed out. “They’re never there when the construction workers and unions are honoring the president. They’re never around. They’re always there when you have a single guy.”


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