Rachel Dolezal Criticizes Trump: ‘Rich, White Male In Power…’
Rachel Dolezal doesn’t like having a “rich white male” as president.
Dolezal, who was the president of a NAACP branch until her parents publicly admitted she was white in 2015, criticized Donald Trump in an interview about her recently published memoir, “Full Color: Finding My Place in a Black and White World.”
“It just seems like during [President Donald] Trump’s presidency, I expect race, power, and privilege is going to be amplified at every turn,” Dolezal said during an interview with NBC News. “I think it’s a little unpredictable what topics and issues that he’s going to make the biggest impact on with his administration, but from the attorney general, just a lot of Cabinet is really so disappointing.”
“Once again, we have a white male, rich white male, in our power structure.”
When asked what the issue she thinks the administration should focus on, Dolezal said, “Maybe, they should not focus on anything. Maybe they can take a break and four years later, we can pick things back up.”