Donald Trump Protester Supporter Apology

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Trump apologizes for fat-shaming a Trump supporter

People wondered whether he would have apologized if he wasn’t a supporter.


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President Donald Trump has reportedly apologized to a man that he fat-shamed on Thursday night when he called him out at a rally thinking that he was a protester.

The president mocked someone during his rally in New Hampshire on Thursday night, saying that he had a “serious weight problem” and told him to “start exercising” when he believed that he was a protester.

However, as the Associated Press pointed out, the man was wearing a “Trump 2020” shirt and was shaking his fist in support of the president when Trump called at him.

On Friday morning, CNN reported that the man had received a voicemail apology from the president.

“President Trump called and left a voicemail apologizing to the man he mocked as overweight, a White House official says. He confused him for a protester last night in New Hampshire. ‘That guy’s got a serious weight problem,’ Trump said. ‘Go home. Start exercising.’” CNN reporter Kaitlan Collins tweeted on Friday morning.

Meanwhile, the New York Times reports that the president told him he wasn’t talking about him and meant to fat shame someone else.

However, many people quickly began pointing out that they believed the only reason he was getting an apology was because he was a supporter.

Other people were shocked that Trump apologized at all, given that he isn’t exactly known for apologizing.


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