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'He can say it': Van Jones and Touré weigh in on Larry Wilmore calling POTUS 'my [N-word]'

If you missed it, comedian Larry Wilmore concluded his remarks at last night’s White House Correspondents Dinner by saying “my [N-word]” in reference to Obama. This has caused a stir today. We, of course, would not want a controversy to pass without getting the thoughts of Van Jones and Touré. Jones was not happy.


Touré, on the other hand, was totally fine with it.

Ok, ok, I think we’ve heard enough. You get the point. After a while, Touré’s lectures get repetitive and boring.


‘White people’ get a warning on criticism of Larry Wilmore’s use of the N-word

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