T.I. is not a fan of President Donald Trump. In the past, the Atlanta rapper has been very outspoken on how he feels about the Commander-In-Chief being in the sunken place. When approached by TMZ and asked about his thoughts on Trump doubling down on his comments about the Charlottesville tragedy, Tip didn’t mince words.

"Exactly what I expect from a sucker," he said about Trump's comments on "both sides" being responsible for the violent protests in Charlottesville, Va. His stance was an about-face from remarks he made 24 hours prior, condemning the white supremacists and neo-Nazis who had gathered in Charlottesville to protest the removal of a confederate statue.

T.I. believes that President Trump was pressured by his neo-nazi constituents to change his initial position on the chaos that occurred during the Charlottesville rally.

"I'm sure there was a phone call or some sort of covert meeting and then he come back and reverse [his comments]."

"F--- him. He's a sucker to the fullest," he added.

When the cameraman asked if people could ever love each other without hate, T.I. replied back, "We can love people we don't hate, we can't love people whose hearts are full of hate. F--- them all."

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