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A group of Donald Trump protesters were interviewed to find out what exactly their complaints were about the Republican presidential front-runner. The majority didn’t have a clue — they only knew that he was bad.
When talk radio host and frequent Fox News contributor David Webb took to the streets to get some answers, he got mainly questioning looks.
“All of it,” one answered when asked what Trump policy he objected to.
Another sounded a bit more informed — at first.
“Just the things he says about women and the race thing,” she said, but was at a loss when asked for specific statements.
Others replied in generalities as well, such as “un-American,” “homophobic and racist” and even “he’s got too much money.”
Webb joined Fox News host Sean Hannity and Fox News political analyst Doug Schoen after playing a clip of the demonstrators.
Even Schoen, who’s a Democratic political consultant, had to admit they weren’t the sharpest knives in the drawer.
“They certainly aren’t coherent,” he said.
Watch the clip via Fox News.
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