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Kushner, Employing Racist Stereotype, Questions if Black Americans ‘Want to Be Successful’

NYTimes.com Monday, 26 October 2020
In a “Fox & Friends” interview, President Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser also criticized protesters as more concerned with what he called “virtue signaling” than in coming up with “solutions.”
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