After Trump failed to publicly condemn the neo-Nazis that protested in Charlottesville over the weekend, he had no problem criticizing Merck CEO Ken Frazier for resigning from an advisory council over the debacle.
Many on Twitter noted the dichotomy in reactions from Trump, especially since Frazier is black.
CNN's Andrew Kaczynski tweeted out what many had already noticed:
And while many weren't as shocked as Kaczynski:
They weren't about to let Trump off easy:
Not to mention what else Trump's tweet insinuated:
After all, Frazier isn't the first advisor to step down:
We'll see how this plays out for Trump:
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