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-- drawing sharp criticism on Twitter over a campaign sales tweet that sent out yesterday.
The campaign advertising hooded sweat shirts for sale.
Just three days after President Obama chose to comment publicly on the shooting death of seventeen year old -- -- marked.
Who was wearing a hoodie when he was shot.
As we reported here yesterday it's highly unusual for the president to comment on shootings -- -- Even the hundreds of shooting deaths that have taken place in his hometown of Chicago.
Each year since he took office they've gone without presidential comment.
So why would his campaign.
-- advertise hooded sweat shirts in the middle of a national controversy.
In part created by the president himself.
And they -- run by the campaign reads in part.
Quote let everyone know who's team -- on with today's merchandise steal the college style -- structure.
Well joining us now doctor Q tableau psychiatrists -- member of the Fox News medical eighteen great to have you -- this doctor.
But thanks to her let's start with first involved at this this comment the president choosing to make it public comment.
On the contrary bond -- a tragic incident your parts.
Well it's outrageous to me it's.
It's beneath the office.
To be reaching into one case is opposed to many others there -- strategies believe -- of forensic psychiatrist.
There are not tragedies to go around that if the president wanted to comment although and that will be his -- job.
To this president to enter the fray when -- seems to be an opportunity.
For a kind of furious splitting.
How can it I make a comment that aligns with those -- dealer -- -- and -- -- those I feel have been progressive.
And that is a call to the president.
He can't seem to resist.
And and the president -- the White House trying to walk back the comment by saying he wasn't reacting because it's a a a racial issue.
But rather because out of a parental instinct saying -- if you have a son.
I he will -- like trade bond market.
Look if the president has -- weren't look anything like trade on -- he'd -- wearing a blazer from is prep school.
He'd be driving a beamer.
And he'd be surrounded by Secret Service for that matter so you know the president saying I can only feel for this kid because physically.
He would resemble me.
Is absurd what about the rest of us it makes other people I think feel marginalized.
What do both the U and the united view.
That everybody appreciates what is to lose a son of any color.
-- -- is that we can't get that from this president.
Diet and that would be such an appeal to -- into the universality of the pain and and if it's just it's peculiar in terrible pain yet it's of any and the media is seems to be in certain.
I would not put the primary responsibility -- the media would put it first with those were seemingly are trying to exploit.
This tragedy but the media the New York Times using the expression white Hispanic and describing George -- The person who shot.
-- Bob -- these kinds of I've never heard the expression.
No but listen it's time probably it's been overdue that we believe.
The data like as a psychiatrist at a certain point when you get a diagnosis she say okay.
Look absent something that refutes this this is the diagnosis.
Who hangs around with Reverend Wright.
Who whose -- such was never proud of this country.
Has an edge he's -- -- in for this country and it ought at moments when there's an opportunity to fracture.
He does why can't it just be that that he's drawn to do that and the result of things like B New York Times reprehensible.
Saying that -- Hispanic person who struggled with his own issues in terms of -- acceptance.
Is actually a white Hispanic.
Don't think of him as oppressor having struggles he's part of the major race here.
That has -- others.
Doctor gave -- -- source thanks.
We appreciate all right -- view.
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