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Donald Trump Jr. said he would not have agreed to an interview with a pro-slavery, white nationalist radio host this past weekend had he known the interviewer's background. The younger Trump came under fire Wednesday after it was revealed that he spoke with Political Cesspool host James Edwards—who has said slavery was "the greatest thing" to happen to blacks. “This is clearly the mainstream media trying to turn a story into nothing—much like they did with my father, who I witnessed denouncing David Duke and any KKK endorsement on multiple occasions,” the junior Trump said of the pre-taped controversy. “Had I known? I would have obviously never done an interview with him,” he continued, adding that Edwards was not "vetted."