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Donald Trump Tweets Angry, Racist Rant At Wrong Megan Rapinoe Account

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Donald Trump Tweets Angry, Racist Rant At Wrong Megan Rapinoe Account

Donald Trump Tweets Angry, Racist Rant At Wrong Megan Rapinoe Account

A video clip of U.S. Women’s National Team forward Megan Rapinoe saying she would not be “going to the fucking White House,” should the team win the World Cup has gone viral.

President Donald Trump responded with a series of social media posts calling out Rapinoe.

He also made several astoundingly racist comments about the NBA, specifically about owners not being called owners anymore and “black unemployment.

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