By Emma Koonse
The controversial former title of a hunting camp associated with Rick Perry has forced the Republican Presidential candidate to clear the air.
The camp located in West Texas was entitled with the N-word many years ago, and renamed in 1984. All evidence of the former name was destroyed due to the offensiveness of the word, said Perry, including the sign painted on a rock at the entrance of the camp.
“I know for a fact that in 1984, that rock was painted over. It was painted over very soon, my family did that,” said the Texas Governor.
In the first interview since the camp topic arose, Perry told the Fox News Channel, “I think there were very much some strong inconsistencies and just misinformation in that story.”
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