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President Trump did not hear the phrase “white power” being shouted in a clip of his supporters that he retweeted and then deleted over the weekend, according to White House spokesman Judd Deere.

Deere told CBS News on Sunday that Trump retweeted the video because it showed the “enthusiasm” his voters have for him in The Villages in Florida. He said that Trump focused on the passion of the crowd and did not hear one man shout, “White power!”

“President Trump is a big fan of The Villages. He did not hear the one statement made on the video. What he did see was tremendous enthusiasm from his many supporters,” Deere said.

The video in question shows several older Trump supporters shouting the president’s name and other phrases, such as, “Make America great again,” while holding a golf cart parade through the town, which is exclusively for senior living. When the parade passed by an anti-Trump demonstration, one of the men in the video shouted, “White power!” A man who appeared to be an anti-Trump protester repeated the older man’s word’s in disgust, saying, “There you go, white power.”

(Read more from “White House Spokesman: Trump Didn’t Hear ‘White Power’ Shouted in Video He Retweeted and Deleted” HERE )
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