Twitter Rediscovers Donald Trump's 2014 Tweet About Black-ish During the Golden Globes

Donald Trump has come under fire after Twitter users found an old tweet from the president-elect calling the title of Golden Globe-winning series Black-ish 'racism at highest level'

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You'd be hard-pressed to find a topic Donald Trump hasn't yet offered his opinion about on Twitter — so when Tracee Ellis Ross took home the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a TV Comedy on Sunday night, it didn't take long for the internet to unearth the president-elect's thoughts on her show, Black-ish.

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Reportedly first rediscovered by Dave Itzkhoff, the 2014 tweet from Trump reads, 'How is ABC Television allowed to have a show entitled 'Blackish'? Can you imagine the furor of a show, 'Whiteish'! Racism at highest level?'

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Unsurprisingly, many were quick to offer up a slew of responses to the tweet — and at the time, many pointed out that a TV show being named Black-ish is most definitely not an example of 'racism at highest level'.

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Others chose to respond to the tweet by listing off some of the many 'White-ish' shows that have been on the air over the years.

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Meanwhile, others made it clear that they thought his tweet was absolutely ridiculous.

But by far, the most popular response — both in 2014 and 2017 — was letting the tweet speak for itself.

From: Cosmopolitan
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