OPINION: Any other leader would come under fire from their own party for n-word gaffe
There is little evidence of Sinn Féin TDs questioning the future of Gerry Adams, writes Hugh O'Connell
Had any other party leader used the n-word in a public forum, it is highly likely that they would be the subject of considerable criticism, both publicly and privately, from their own colleagues. There would probably even be a few calls for the leader to go.
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