Coleman Hughes makes Sunny Hostin regret attacking him in brutal smackdown on 'The View': 'That's an ad hominem tactic'

Coleman Hughes makes Sunny Hostin regret attacking him in brutal smackdown on ‘The View’: ‘That’s an ad hominem tactic’


Author Coleman Hughes shut down “The View” co-host Sunny Hostin on Wednesday after she accused him of being a conservative “pawn” and “charlatan.”

While discussing his new book, “The End of Race Politics: Arguments for a Colorblind America,” Hughes said his argument for a color-blind society centers on treating people “without regard to race,” stressing the importance of using socioeconomics — not race — as the proxy for better understanding the disadvantaged.

When Hughes laid out his argument, he received loud applause from the audience. But Hostin took issue with it.

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Hostin, who recently learned that her ancestors owned slaves, claimed that Hughes’ thesis is “fundamentally flawed,” arguing that race is baked into socioeconomic disparity.

But Hughes disagreed, advocating for what Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. called a “bill

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