VIDEO: GOP Senate nominee calls Al Sharpton ‘a race hustler,’ brings up his taxes

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Republican Virginia Senate nominee Corey Stewart, who has alleged ties to white supremacists, condemned the Rev. Al Sharpton on Sunday for being “a race hustler.”

“You’ve made a career out of dividing people by race, you’ve been a race hustler your entire career,” Corey Stewart said during an interview on Sharpton’s “PoliticsNation” program on MSNBC. “You’ve made a lot of money at it, you haven’t even bothered to pay your taxes at it, and all you do is divide Americans by race. And frankly people are tired of it.”

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Sharpton came under scrutiny for unpaid federal and state taxes in 2014 after the New York Times published a story that he and his for-profit business owed more than $4.5 million. But Sharpton, a civil rights activist, pushed back on the accuracy of the amounts reportedly owed. In 1989, he was acquitted of 67 felony counts of tax evasion, larceny, but pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor charge of failure to file state income tax for 1986, according to CNN.

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