'Proud Boys' founder is angry, says he's suing Biden, CNN
Gavin McInnes, founder of the 'Proud Boys' group, comments exclusively on his reaction to the first Presidential Debate, his group being name-dropped by Democratic nominee Joe Biden, his legal plans to take action against news outlets and reporters he claims to have disparaged him, and more. - with Newsmax TV's Chris Salcedo
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Donald Trump now insists he doesn't know who the Proud Boys are. "Whoever they are, they have to stand down. Let law enforcement do their work." Trumps' changed tone comes after he refused to condemn the white supremacist group. (Sept. 30) When asked about his remarks during the first 2020 presidential debate telling right-wing extremist group the Proud Boys to "stand back and stand by," President Donald Trump claimed he didn't know the group. CNN's Kate Bolduan and Kaitlan Collins break down the President's comments.
#Trump CNN's Erin Burnett speaks with President Donald Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen about the President's remarks during the first 2020 presidential debate when he told right-wing extremist group the Proud Boys to "stand back and stand by." US President Donald Trump has backed away from his remarks about a far-right group, after a chaotic and bitter first presidential debate.
During the exchange with Democratic rival Joe Biden, Trump appeared to avoid denouncing the group, which calls itself the "Proud Boys".
Trump later said that the Proud Boys group, which many consider a hate group, should let law enforcement do its work, adding he does not know what they are.
Al Jazeera's Kimberly Halkett reports from the White House, US.