What Trump asked an Asian student has libs FREAKING out

Donald Trump is under fire for asking an Asian student if he was from South Korea after the student peppered the Republican candidate with questions about his statements on the nation.

“I just had a really quick question about something you said earlier this summer,” Joseph Choe, a Harvard economics major, who attended the No Labels Problem Solver Convention in New Hampshire, Thursday, asked Trump.

“Basically, you said that South Korea takes advantage of the United States in terms of the defense spending on the Korean peninsula,” said Choe.  “You said that they don’t have to pay anything. However, I just want to get the facts straight and say that…”

“Are you from South Korea?” Trump interrupted him to ask.

“I’m not. I was born in Texas, raised in Colorado,” Choe replied, before telling Trump that South Korea paid $861 million.

Liberals went crazy that Trump would dare ask an Asian who was interested in South Korea if he might be from South Korea.

Others saw it as a reasonable question.


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