"Donald Trump doesn't personally know Charles Krauthammer but he has no problem calling Krauthammer a dummy and a loser and a total clown, he does it all the time. When is Donald Trump going to summon up the courage to condemn David Duke in the same manner he condemns Charles Krauthammer, a leading conservative intellectual. It just doesn't make any sense."

----Steve Hayes on Trump not condemning David Duke

Steve Hayes, Senior Writer for The Weekly Standard, called into Kilmeade & Friends to preview Super Tuesday, the panic in both the establishment and the conservative movement about what Donald Trump is doing to the Republican party, Rubio taking a page out of Trump's playbook and using personal attacks, and Trump struggling when asked to disavow David Duke's support of his campaign.

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Hayes on Trump failing to disavow David Duke's support for his campaign

(HAYES) The idea he doesn't know David Duke, two days earlier, Trump had disavowed support from David Duke, so he knew him well enough two days earlier to disavow support. One wonders if Trump got negative feedback from his previous disavowal of David Duke and decided, boy, I better not do that again, I don't want to upset people. Secondly, the idea he doesn't know the KKK and he doesn't know the other white supremacist groups is totally preposterous. Of course you know enough about the KK to denounce them, you don't have to personally know these people. Donald Trump doesn't personally know Charles Krauthammer but he has no problem calling Krauthammer a dummy and a loser and a total clown, he does it all the time. When is Donald Trump going to summon up the courage to condemn David Duke in the same manner he condemns Charles Krauthammer, a leading conservative intellectual. It just doesn't make any sense.