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"The bottom line is he didn't tell them to stop," says Sunny Hostin. "He didn't tell them that it was inappropriate, and I believe that that was something that he gave them permission to say. He normalized it."

"One thing that I read that was fascinating was that Lara Trump, his daughter-in-law who is also an adviser to his 2020 election campaign, did a warmup act to cue up the crowd," Hostin adds. "She led them in a call and response chant and she said, 'If you don't love our country, the president said it, you can' and the crowd responded, 'leave'. She ginned it up already."

"History is not kind to racists... There is only so much excusing you can do of what Donald Trump has done this week," says guest co-host Ana Navarro. "We have seen the legitimization of racism."

"I do think is one of those moments much like Charlottesville that will stand in memory," says Meghan McCain. "And my answer to Democrats is: If you can't beat this, what are you doing?"

Navarro criticizes Sen. Rubio for calling “left wing politicians & many in the media demanding outrage” over Trump’s “go back” tweets “self-righteous hypocrites”: “Self-righteous hypocrisy is tweeting Bible verses every day and remaining silent while this president puts children in cages.”

"I don't know what else I can do, other than we are calling it out as loud as we can, with the platforms we have," McCain adds. 

"I want to tell you what we can do about it. We do not vote for this guy," says Navarro. "We cannot justify voting for a racist."

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