On Sunday morning, President Donald Trump retweeted a video of a man driving a golf cart emblazoned with a Trump sign yelling, "White power!" White power!" Trump has since deleted the tweet, after it drew an outpouring of criticism, including Tim Scott, the only Black Republican in the Senate.
"There's no question that he should not have retweeted it and he should just take it down," Scott told CNN's "State of the Union" program.
The video stems from a slew of golf carts driving down the streets of a retirement community called The Village in Florida donning Trump paraphernalia. As anti-Trump residents lined the streets shouting at the makeshift parade, a protestor shouted "racist" at the man shouting the antiemetic words.
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