‘I am nobody’s NEGRO.’ Black radio host responds after Roger Stone heard making a racial slur
- President Trump’s former adviser Roger Stone appeared to use a racial slur while on-air with Black radio show host Morris W. O’Kelly from “The Mo’Kelly Show.”
- In one moment during the interview, after he was asked about how Trump commuted his sentence, Stone can be heard muttering: “I don’t really feel like arguing with this Negro.”
- After being asked to repeat himself, Stone insisted that he didn’t use any racial slur, telling O’Kelly: “You’re out of your mind.”
- The radio show host later tweeted: “Hey everyone. I heard what I heard. The audio is the audio…I am nobody’s NEGRO.”
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President Donald Trump’s longtime adviser Roger Stone appeared to use a racial slur during an interview with a Black radio host on Saturday.
Stone, who was spared a prison sentence this month by President Trump, appeared on “The Mo’Kelly Show” to discuss his conviction.
At one point in the conversation, the radio show’s host, Morris W. O’Kelly, asked Stone about his relationship with Trump.
“There are thousands of people treated unfairly daily in the justice system. Hell, your number just happened to come up in the lottery. I’m guessing it was more than …continued .
[Source: Business Insider]