VA secretary ‘outraged’ by what he’s seen from Nazis and white supremacists

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BY DAN LAMOTHE

Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin said Wednesday that he is “outraged” by what he saw from Nazis and white supremacists during a deadly altercation Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia, but that he declined to tell President Donald Trump it was wrong for him to equate their violence with that of counterprotesters who stood up to them.

Shulkin, who is Jewish, spoke to reporters and said that although he serves Trump, he does not speak for him.

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2 Responses to "VA secretary ‘outraged’ by what he’s seen from Nazis and white supremacists"

  1. Adolph Kikemann  August 19, 2017 at 1:45 pm

    Why is VT moderating comments now? Are you afraid of the truth?

  2. Adolph Kikemann  August 19, 2017 at 1:43 pm

    I am outraged that the Jewish main stream media did not show the Communist leftists doing and stating the violence. If you noticed that during the torch march the night before, which was not advertised and a spur of the moment thing, there was no violence. It wasn’t until the next day when the alt left Commie’s started the violence. The alt right simply brought shields to protect themselves from the clubs, baseball bats and home made flame throwers.
    I am “outraged” by Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin for his stand with the violent Commie’s and I say he should resign as Veterans Affairs Secretary !

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