MSNBC host Tiffany Cross brought on a Republican political strategist to discuss life after Donald Trump for the party, but it was apparent from the start that this man may have bitten off more than he could chew. On Saturday morning Cross opened her questioning by asking Katon Dawson, former chairman of the South Carolina Republican party, what he thought his party needed to change post-Trump while also mentioning the nation’s changing ethnic demographics and the party’s appeal to white supremacists. Dawson began by defending Trump and the GOP election successes at the state level, but Cross interrupted the happy talk throughout the interview with tough questions. “A lot of those people [who voted Republican] were QAnon supporters and white supremacists, are those the people you want in the GOP?” Cross asked. The political strategist said that the party needs to “move forward with policies, move past the personalities and talk about the successes [the GOP] had.” Cross brought the conversion to the GOP and the topic of race. Holding nothing back, the host called the party her guest belongs to an “apologist, sympathizer and perpetrator of racist policies.” Related Tiffany Cross Gives a Masterclass on How to Interview a… Read full this story
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