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Trump: ‘They Hate America”

In outlandlishly racist remarks, U.S President Donald Trump has provenly taken himself to a new low.   Over the weekend, Trump made remarks that suggested "The Squad" (Ayannna Pressley; Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Thieb, and Ilhan Omar -- all of which are Congresswomen) "need to go back to the corrupt countries in which they came from". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HeCl18UWDR4 The problem in fact is that all four of these amazing women actually call America home. 3 of the 4 women were actually born in America, while Omar, immigrated from Somalia when she was young during previous times of unrest.  What was meant to suggest that these women are foreign born because of "their hate for America" actually turned out to be Trump 's most racist comment yet. “If you hate our country, i...
Apple comes out against  Donald Trump ‘s progressing support for racism
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Apple comes out against Donald Trump ‘s progressing support for racism

Apple's Tim Cook is apparently a man of vindication and reason, more so, than possibly the President of the United States.  In a memo leaked online by Recode,  Tim Cook, unleashed his angst against  Donald Trump after it appeared that Donald "supported" (at the very least) the idealism of white nationalism rising again in the United States. "What occurred in Charlottesville has no place in our country," Cook writes in the memo, also posted by Recode. "Hate is a cancer, and left unchecked it destroys everything in its path. Its scars last generations."  the memo further reads. Meanwhile,  it has now been confirmed that Apple will donate up to $1m to the Southern Poverty Law Center and various other human rights groups at a "time in which this kind of support is desperately needed" acc...
Donald Trump sort of responds to Charlottesville riots
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Donald Trump sort of responds to Charlottesville riots

Donald Trump has bowed to criticism, and,  for good reason. The United States President took to the airwaves Monday morning to discuss the troubling attack on a protester who died in Charlottesville over the weekend. Initially, Trump, refused to acknowledge that protesters in Virginia were actually committing acts of terrorism -- but rather "blamed all sides" rather than those responsible: white supremacists. "Racism is evil and those who cause violence in its name are criminals and thugs," he told reporters on Monday. "They're repugnant" against everything that we as Americans believe in. "We condemn this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence," he said. "It has no place in America." https://twitter.com/CNN/status/897140457427173376
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