Steve Harvey Viciously Attacked By Leftists After He Left For Meeting With Trump

Comedian and TV host Steve Harvey learned what it’s like being targeted by liberals. The host experienced “vicious” backlash from the left at the time he decided to meet with President Donald Trump. Harvey offered details about the attacks we had to deal with after agreeing to meet with the then President-elect Donald Trump. This happened a few days before Inauguration Day.

The host said that he couldn’t even predict the backlash he’d experience. “It was so vicious that it really threw me. I was being called names that I’ve never been called: Uncle Tom. A coon. A sellout. Because I went to see this man?!” Harvey said.

He likewise explained that he had met with the President because his business partner “got a call from the Obama transition team, who said that the Trump transition team would like to set up a meeting. The Obama team said they thought it would be a good idea because the president is encouraging dialogue. And I have a relationship with Obama.”

Harvey didn’t forget to mention that his wife advised him to skip the meeting, and go on that boat for his 60th birthday. The host still regrets his decision, and maybe he will listen to his wife if he gets the chance to turn back time.

When asked about his meeting with President Donald Trump, Harvey said that he was honest, and even told him that his vote went on Hillary’s side.

“Mr. President, I’m going to be honest with you, I didn’t vote for you. I campaigned very hard for Hillary Clinton. The problem was that we made a lot of mistakes in the campaign. We were playing checkers and y’all was playing chess. But now that you’re here, you’re the 45th president and I’m going to help you,” Harvey told the President during his meeting.

Well, Steve Harvey isn’t the only person to experience such attitude. Maybe liberals will change their mind and start acting reasonably.

What do you think about Harvey’s experience with liberals? Will this hate game ever stop? How will his career develop in near future?

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