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Trump Train News opinion columnist Deroy Murdock recently appeared on Fox News and implored Mattis to read some history books before denouncing Trump.

Murdock’s response to Mattis comes after the former 4-Star General and Secretary of Defense issued a stunning rebuke of President Trump in The Atlantic.

According to Fox News:

“He begins by saying very nice things about the protesters, that they want equal justice under the law, we all want that,” Murdock began. “Then he has this amazing sentence, ‘We must not be distracted by a small number of lawbreakers.’

“What? Are you kidding me? We are not just talking about a couple of people [who] broke away from peaceful protests, put a little bit of shaving cream of the windshield of a police car, something like that,” he added. “We’re talking about massive looting, attacks on everything from Target to Macy’s to Rolex.”

“Mattis, as a member of the Cabinet, was at the State Of The Union — he was sitting in the front row — when Donald J. Trump said this [in] 2018: ‘I want to talk about what kind of future we are going to have, what kind of nation we are going to be. All of us together as one team, one people and one American family,'” Murdock said. “That seems like an effort to try to unify us.

“Then you look at the policies he supported. For example, supporting historically black colleges and universities, providing federal funding, finding corporate sponsors to help with their apprenticeship programs,” he went on. “I think the huge thing he’s done is to try to unify the country.”

Murdock went on to point out that President Trump has delivered on criminal justice reform. The reform Black Lives Matter has wanted for years and the reform Obama and Biden could not deliver on.

Deroy Murdock is a Manhattan-based Fox News Contributor, a contributing editor with National Review Online, and a senior fellow with the London Center for Policy Research.

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