Trump Claims He Doesn’t Know Who Proud Boys Are, Proud Boys Appear in Trump Political Ad
President Donald Trump claimed that he doesn’t “know who the Proud Boys are” less than 24 hours after he told the Proud Boys to “stand back and stand by” during the presidential debate on Sept. 29 (VIDEO BELOW).
Trump also said “Now, antifa is a real problem. Because the problem is on the left.”
Here's Trump lying and saying "I don't know who the Proud Boys are." He doesn't denounce them. pic.twitter.com/B8QDfH17zI— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) September 30, 2020
The Colorado Times Recorder reports that the the Trump campaign released a two-minute ad that showed a black-and-yellow jacket worn by Proud Boys at a rally in Colorado Springs, Colorado, in February.
The Proud Boy jacket appears when Trump announces: “And ladies and gentlemen, the best is yet to come” (VIDEO BELOW):
The images show a black-and-yellow jacket worn by about a dozen Proud Boys who attended the event, which drew a total of about 10,000 people both inside and outside the Broadmoor Arena. The jackets state “Proud Boy,” and images and colors match clothes for sale on a Proud Boy website.