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Trump Campaign Unaware That Man Shouted 'White Power' At Alabama Rally (Video)

| by Michael Allen

Donald Trump's presidential campaign manager Corey Lewandowski told CNN on Sunday that he wasn't aware of someone yelling "white power" during the GOP candidate's speech in Mobile, Alabama, last Friday (videos below).

The Daily Kos noted last Friday that "white power" was shouted multiple times during Trump's rally by different people in the crowd.

Lewandowski was also asked about an anti-immigrant hate crime last week in Boston in which two suspects, who are brothers, were allegedly motivated by Trump's anti-immigration stands, notes Talking Points Memo.

Lewandowski stated:

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This judge looked an inmate square in the eyes and did something that left the entire courtroom in tears:

Well, look, nobody is condoning violence. Mr. Trump would never condone violence. I don't know about the individual you're talking about in Alabama.

I know there were 30-plus thousand people in that stadium. They were very receptive to the message of "making America great again" because they want to be proud to be Americans again. There's nothing with being proud to be an American.

Now, we would never condone violence. If that's what happened in Boston, then by no means would that be acceptable in any nature.

However, we should not be ashamed to be Americans. We should be proud of our country, proud of our heritage, and continue to be the greatest country in the world.

Sources: Talking Points Memo, Daily Kos / Photo Credit: CNN Screenshot