By Rahul Lal

Amber Rose and Dr. Chris Donaghue discussed the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, VA and President Trump’s controversial remarks on the incident, on the latest episode of Loveline.

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“I’m not really a Bible thumper although I’ve read the Bible,” said Rose. “The Book of Revelations, they talk about the antichrist that is almost beloved. We can say that [Trump] is beloved by a lot of people. S—, he got into office. You know what I’m saying? So yeah, we could say he’s beloved by a lot of people in America and maybe even Russia and all over the world. He’s working with these f— up individuals and s— but like, I feel like in a weird way, people love him on a different level.”

“These white people came out and f——marched, she continued. “They would’ve never, ever, ever done that if Trump wasn’t in office.

“From a white person speaking to those white people, what are y’all so angry about? You haven’t lived a life of oppression, you’re white,” said Dr. Chris. “I get why minorities are angry, you should be. You’ve been discriminated against and continue to be so I understand why a minority individual would be skewed towards anger and yet they stood there calmly and it’s the white guy that’s so freaking angry even though he lives a life of ease and privilege. Thanks Trump for normalizing this stuff.”

Hear the full episode of Loveline with Amber Rose, which contains explicit language, now at

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