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Thank you Yamiche Alcindor for joining me on #PoliticsNation  to talk Trump and more, much more up next. #MSNBC 

Yamiche Alcindor, PBS NewsHour White House correspondent says on @Morning_Joe : “A lot of Americans in this country, frankly, have a serious problem. They want to be able to scapegoat some community to make themselves feel bigger.”

WATCH: Yamiche tells Chuck she is not surprised by the rhetoric 2020 candidates use to describe President Trump. #MTPDaily  Yamiche Alcindor: “I have been talking to presidential voters across this country who want hear their party plainly say that President Trump is a racist.”

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Yamiche Alcindor: "The president isn't just fighting to get reelected. He's fighting, possibly, for his freedom. Because if he doesn't get reelected and he's not president, he could be taken to jail or indicted."

Yamiche Alcindor: "The president isn't just fighting to get reelected. He's fighting, possibly, for his freedom. Because if he doesn't get reelected and he's not president, he could be taken to jail or indicted."

Yamiche Alcindor: "The president isn't just fighting to get reelected. He's fighting, possibly, for his freedom. Because if he doesn't get reelected and he's not president, he could be taken to jail or indicted."

Yamiche Alcindor: "The president isn't just fighting to get reelected. He's fighting, possibly, for his freedom. Because if he doesn't get reelected and he's not president, he could be taken to jail or indicted."

Yamiche Alcindor: "The president isn't just fighting to get reelected. He's fighting, possibly, for his freedom. Because if he doesn't get reelected and he's not president, he could be taken to jail or indicted."

Trump is accusing reporter Yamiche Alcindor, who is black, of asking him a “racist question.” She asked him whether he’s encouraging white nationalists by declaring himself a nationalist.

In an hour and 26 combative minutes, Donald Trump declared Jim Acosta an “enemy of the people,” said he didn’t much care for Peter Alexander, told April Ryan to “sit down,” and accused Yamiche Alcindor of asking a question that was “racist”

"It is a sad day when any reporter has to ask a sitting United States president if you are a racist." White House correspondent weighs in on PBS' Yamiche Alcindor's question to Pres. Trump at yesterday's press conference:

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