Donald Trump Seriously Just Invited An Entire Crowd To ‘Look At My African-American’

Just another day in Trump-ville.

While on the campaign trail yesterday, Donald Trump continued his quest to be a real-life Onion headline by spouting a new series of bizarre quotes to a large crowd in California. While defending himself against charges of racially attacking federal judge Gonzalo Curiel, Trump attempted to prove he was not a bigot by telling a story about how one his African-American supporters once punched out a protestor dressed in a KKK outfit. But the most bizarre moment came when he inexplicably felt the need to single out a black audience member in attendance, saying “Look at my African-American over here. Look at him. Are you the greatest? You know what I’m talking about?”

Check out the full video to for more quotes that have to be seen to be believed:

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Prager used the discussion to make the point that people are allowed to use anti-Jewish slurs but cannot use the N-word because "the Left" controls American culture.

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