Snopes finally admits Trump never called neo-Nazi’s ‘very fine people’

by ian

After seven long years, fact-checking site Snopes is finally debunking Democrats’ claim that Donald Trump called neo-Nazis “very fine people,” labeling that claim false in a new fact check.

In August 2017, a protest in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the removal of a Confederate statue turned deadly when neo-Nazis and white nationalists, who organized the protest, clashed with Antifa.

For years Democrats have used Trump’s “very fine people” comment against him, with President Joe Biden saying it’s the reason he decided to run for the president in the first place.

But Snopes is correcting the record, pointing out that only moments later Trump explicitly condemned neo-Nazis and white nationalists.

The Trump campaign’s press secretary reacted to the fact check, saying, “The Charlottesville lie was another hoax perpetrated by the corrupt Democrats and their mouthpieces in the fake news media, just like the Hunter Biden laptop, the Russian collusion scandal and so many others.”

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