Psaki Claims She Has Not Seen U.N. Ambassador’s ‘White Supremacy’ Comments

‘I will say there is no question that there has been a history of institutional racism in this country’

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PSAKI: "Is the President going to remove an African-American woman with decades of experience in foreign service, who is widely respected around the world from her position as ambassador to the U.N.? He’s not. He is proud to have her in that position. She is not only qualified. He believes she is exactly the right person in that role at this moment in time, I have not seen her comments. I will say that there’s no question that there has been history of institutional racism in this country and that doesn’t require a U.N. Ambassador to confirm that."

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