Fox News commentator and former U.S. Attorney Dana Milbank believes he’s “not racist” when he says he is “very comfortable” in his skin.
Milbank made the remarks in an interview with conservative radio host Michael Savage, who aired them Wednesday night.
Milbank also said he “absolutely” supports the U.N. resolution condemning the death of journalist James Foley.
“You can’t just say, ‘Hey, I’m going to have to get back to you on this,'” Milbank said.
“I’m very comfortable in my skin.”
Milbank, who was named a U.K. ambassador to the United Nations by Prime Minister Theresa May in June, said he doesn’t think the U,N.
Milbanks comments came after Savage asked him about comments made by a prominent anti-Trump protester who told Fox News that Trump is “just a racist.” “
It’s not going to solve anything,” he said.
Milbanks comments came after Savage asked him about comments made by a prominent anti-Trump protester who told Fox News that Trump is “just a racist.”
Savage asked Milbank whether the protest was racist, to which Milbank replied, “No, no, no.
This was not about racism, this was about the lack of understanding in America about what it means to be American.”