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A Champion for Division


by Susan Ladd

The Trump administration continued its bent on division and exclusion last week with actions that increase the stigmatization of vulnerable populations and champion those who target them.

On the heels of the Charlottesville tragedy, in which Trump persisted in blaming “many sides” and defending some of those who protested with Neo-Nazis and Klan members, he praised and pardoned a sheriff who is nationally known for his use of racial profiling.

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