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After condemning neo-nazis and the Ku Klux Klan on Monday for inciting racially charged violence in Charlottesville, Virginia last weekend, President Trump reversed course on Tuesday.
During an off the rails press conference he said that counter-protesters were also to blame for the heated clashes.
TMZ caught up with T.I. to get his response on Trump's controversial statements.
"Exactly what I expect from a sucka," Tip said. "Cowards throw rocks and hide their hands. They applied pressure and made him denounce his white supremacy homeboys ... his neo-nazi partners. After bi-partisan pressure he denounced them. But I'm sure there was a phone call or some sort of covert meeting. 'What the f*ck are you doing? This is not what we elected you for.' Then, he had to come back and reverse. F*ck him to the fullest, he's a sucka."