July 22, 2019 Cited on the Dennis Prager Show
A new academic study shocks the people who conducted it. Racial prejudice has declined as a reaction to Trump’s presidency, a new study suggests.
By Isaac Stanley-Becker
Donald Trump began his campaign for the presidency by branding Mexicans as “rapists.” He initially declined to denounce David Duke, the former grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan. One week after his 2017 inauguration, the president temporarily banned people from seven mostly Muslim countries from entering the United States. That summer, he said there were “very fine people” among torch-wielding white supremacists who descended on Charlottesville.
Now, those who are seeking to deny President Trump a second term say their mission is not only replacing him in the Oval Office but also leading Americans back from their own baser instincts. More…