On Monday morning, Congresswoman Maxine Waters appeared on The Breakfast Club for an incredible interview wherein she talked about everything from politics to hip-hop.
Waters, whose popularity has seen an overwhelming rise among millennials, has been one of the most vocal and primary figures in the resistance against President Trump.
Although many people on the right have attempted to derail Queen Maxine, she refuses to back down and does not apologize for reclaiming her time.
"The worst I've ever seen, the worst I've ever experienced, yes I do," Waters said when Angela Yee asked her if Donald Trump is the worst president the country has experienced.
"I really do, because I think he believes in nothing. I think that he cares about nothing. I think that he's capable of doing outrageous things," she added.
“There was a certain sensitivity about him and I got to know his mom when he did that song he did when he talked about his mom, ‘My mom was a dope fiend but she was my queen’ of course! That really struck me as somebody who was brilliant and smart and all of that, but had a real sensibility and a heart and an understanding that a lot of people don’t have. When you can recognize your mom is in trouble but also recognize that that is your mother and you can do everything you can for her, that many people will fall into trouble and I have this theory that when people know better they do better. So a lot of mothers don’t know any better. Unfortunately young [people] often times have children. So Tupac for me was very special. He was smart and I loved him," Waters said.
“As an African-American woman who has been involved in the struggle, you know it’s coming. You know who they are and you know how to not let it devastate you, and you build the strength to fight back, to push back and let it just go over your shoulders, you know? It’s not something that’s going to put me in the bed and say, ‘Oh, my god!’ Every day I wake up, I wake up energized.”
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