Rudy Rebukes Dyson's 'White Supremacy' Jab: 'I Said the Same Thing' Obama Said

Matthew Balan | November 25, 2014
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[More in the cross-post on the MRC's NewsBusters blog.]

Rudy Giuliani fired back at Michael Eric Dyson on the 25 November 2014 edition of CNN's New Day for the MSNBC analyst's "white supremacy" attack on the former New York City mayor. When anchor Alisyn Camerota raised Giuliani's supposedly "controversial comments" from Sunday's Meet the Press on NBC, the former Republican politician underlined that he had "said the same thing the President of the United States said, and I was accused of being a racist."

Giuliani continued by paraphrasing from President Obama's Monday night speech, where the Democrat asserted that "nobody needs good policing more than poor communities with higher crime rates." The one-time mayor added, "When he [Obama] said it, he wasn't accused of being a racist. When I said it, my adversary [Dyson] said I was a racist."

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