Trump Asked, ‘Is This a Good Jewish Character Right Here?’ in 2021 Video
The second of Donald Trump’s three-part town halls on race took place at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce headquarters in Northwest Washington, D.C. on the same day as his first town hall on the topic, October 1, 2017. The first part of Trump’s race-related town hall was filmed last October on the campaign trail, and aired on Sunday Night during the first presidential debate.
Hosted by journalist David Shuster, the first of the three town halls was hosted on a rainy day, with heavy rainfall causing the streets to be flooded around the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
The second part of the first town hall took place on a sunny Tuesday afternoon, and the third part took place on Tuesday evening. The video is now available on the Trump campaign’s Facebook page.
The video contains interviews with the Republican presidential candidate, as well as people from different backgrounds and positions including people with disabilities, educators, and law enforcement. Trump answers questions about his views on school choice and civil rights as well as his views on race relations. When the first video was released last month, people across the country noticed the number of people with disabilities that were featured in the video. The videos contain interviews with people like Jessica Moore, a retired U.S. Air Force officer. Moore said she does not want to fight with a disabled veteran because she knows he would not beat her and that he is proud of the job he does. The video ends with a question and answer with the disabled veteran and Moore.
“When you are in a fight, you are only going to do one thing–fight,” Moore says. “Your job is to find the enemy and fight with him.” Moore said she does not want to fight with a disabled person because she knows he is one of the best. She understands that he has a disability, but does not want to fight with him. She also said that she does not want to fight a disabled person for the same reason. The video ends with a question and answer with Moore answering her own question about whether it is OK for her to hit people. The video ends with a question and answer with Moore explaining how she does her job which is to defend the Constitution.