The US president has previously criticised left-wing groups, infamously saying that there had been violence on "many sides" after a white nationalist killed a left-wing demonstrator at a white nationalist protest in Charlottesville a year ago.
After playing the CNN clip, the guys discussed Toobin's claim that Antifa is an "African-American organization". "The level of hatred, the level of anger is unbelievable... they will overturn everything that we've done and they'll do it quickly and violently, and violently". The theme here is, 'I'm Donald Trump and I'll protect you from the scary black people.' Antifa is widely perceived as an African American organization and this is just part of the same story of LeBron James and Don Lemon and Maxine Waters and the National Football League players and the UCLA basketball players.
Demographics of Antifa members aside, the claim that Trump doesn't like the Antifa because they could be from another racial group is far fetched.
It remains unclear if Mr Trump was referring to congressional Democrats as "violent people" or what connection the president was alleging between Congressional Democrats and young anti-fascist protesters known as antifa.
Puerto Rico governor raises Hurricane Maria death toll to 2,975
The Caribbean island is home to 3.3 million U.S. citizens, some 8 percent of which have since left the island, the study said. The island is trying to restructure a portion of its more than $70 billion public debt amid a 12-year recession.
The law says churches and charities "are absolutely prohibited from directly or indirectly participating in, or intervening in, any political campaign on behalf of (or in opposition to) any candidate for elective public office".
The president doesn't have the power to repeal a law - only Congress can do that. That can only be done by Congress or the Supreme Court, should it rule the law unconstitutional, which it has not.
In May 2017, Trump signed an executive order that purported to ease enforcement of the Johnson Amendment.
"It does nearly nothing", Gregory Magarian, a constitutional law professor at Washington University Law School. Trump remarks seemingly ask the leaders to violate the Johnson Amendment which bans religious leaders, whose institutions are 501 (c)(3) non-profit organizations, from endorsing or opposing political candidates.
Trump did, however, sign an executive order in May of a year ago meant to ease enforcement of the amendment. "It's a referendum on so much", the president told the group in the White House State Dining Room. "And we never say it, and we don't say it enough for what it is, but that's what's going on here".
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'We have to understand these are still allegations against the president, so I'm not going to judge the president on these things.
In practice, there has been nothing stopping anyone from doing that.
Trouble is, Trump has not gotten "rid of" the Johnson Amendment. Trump neither got rid of the law, nor does it limit the free speech of Christians.
Not the first part, ' Trump said.
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'I had the great Robert Jeffress back there. "For Kenyatta the very fact that he is received at the White House helps a bit in terms of refurbishing his reputation", said Campbell. "Well, it's really not that hard to figure out when you realize he is the most pro-life, pro-religious liberty, pro-conservative judiciary in history, and that includes either Bush or Ronald Reagan". "It's just anything they don't like", Stu said.