TAPPER: “Sending pictures of you in an oven and all sorts of things.”

IOFFE: “Right, right. A caricature of a Jew being shot execution style with the subject line being, ‘We’re on to you.’ And I think it’s interesting that now Melania is, or the First Lady is now — her campaign is ‘Be Best’ and it’s against cyberbullying but when there was a clear example of cyber bullying, she said, well, the victim provoked it. Hold on, please don’t interrupt me. I have to agree with Symone here. I think this President, one of the things that he really launched his presidential run on is talking about Islamic radicalization. And this President has radicalized so many more people than ISIS ever did. I mean, the way he talks, the way he — the way he —“

URBAN: “That’s just — it’s unconscionable for you to say that.”

IOFFE: “The way that he allows these people — the way he winks and nods to these groups. The way he says, I know I’m not supposed to say it, but I’m a nationalist. The way that he hems and haws when he has to, condemn these people and kind of gritting his teeth kind of says, fine, okay, I condemn this.”

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URBAN: “Hold on. For you not to push back on that — for her to say, the President of the United States has radicalized more people than ISIS is irresponsible.”

TAPPER: “Okay. You disagree with it.”

URBAN: “It’s not true. Based upon what? How many camps have you gone into and interrogated ISIS folks? Do you know? What do you base it upon?”

IOFFE: “ISIS had like 10,000 members. I think the President has far more supporters who espouse an equally hateful ideology.”

URBAN: “Julia, you’re — Symone, listen. And Jake, you raised this yesterday. When Louis Farrakhan sat next to Bill Clinton the other day, where was the outrage? Where was the outrage of the Jewish community?”

SANDERS: “Hold up now. What does Louis Farrakhan have to do with me? This is craziness.”

URBAN: “I’m not talking about you, Symone.”

SANDERS: “I really believe that we should be able to have a conversation and get to the issue. And root of the issue is the President of the United States has aligned himself with white nationalists. He called himself a nationalist. He has aligned himself with neo-Nazis — “