Minorities hear division in Trump call for unity
President Donald Trump's call for unity in his first State of the Union address struck an us-versus-them tone for many minorities.
For many people of color, Trump's address before Congress hardly reflected a shift in his ideology, or his bruising style of governance. It was not lost on them that the president simply softened the way he said what he's been saying all along, and sought to add a veneer of tolerance by using the stories of several people of color to illustrate his points.
The speech was a reminder for some of Trump's fraught record on race as president, though he has denied... read more
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