Orange Ass Clown! Wrote:
> ^^^ Gotcha, checkmate- you lose.
> Trump’s real-estate company tried to avoid
> renting apartments to African-Americans in the
> 1970s and gave preferential treatment to whites,
> according to the federal government.
> Trump treated black employees at his casinos
> differently from whites, according to multiple
> sources. A former hotel executive said Trump
> criticized a black accountant: “Black guys
> counting my money! I hate it. … I think that the
> guy is lazy. And it’s probably not his fault,
> because laziness is a trait in blacks.”
> In 1989, Trump took out ads in New York newspapers
> urging the death penalty for five black and Latino
> teenagers accused of raping a white woman in
> Central Park; he argued they were guilty as late
> as June 2019, more than 15 years after DNA
> evidence had exonerated them.
> In 1989, on NBC, Trump said: “I think sometimes
> a black may think they don’t have an advantage
> or this and that. I’ve said on one occasion,
> even about myself, if I were starting off today, I
> would love to be a well-educated black, because I
> really believe they do have an actual
> He began his 2016 presidential campaign with a
> speech disparaging Mexican immigrants as criminals
> and “rapists.”
> He uses the gang MS-13 to disparage all
> immigrants. Among many other statements, he has
> suggested that Obama’s protection of the
> Dreamers — otherwise law-abiding immigrants who
> were brought to the United States illegally as
> children — contributed to the spread of MS-13.
> In December 2015, Trump called for a “a total
> and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the
> United States,” including refusing to readmit
> Muslim-American citizens who were outside of the
> country at the time.
> Trump said a federal judge hearing a case about
> Trump University was biased because of the
> judge’s Mexican heritage.
> In June 2017, Trump said 15,000 recent immigrants
> from Haiti “all have AIDS” and that 40,000
> Nigerians, once seeing the United States, would
> never “go back to their huts” in Africa.
> At the White House on Jan. 11, Trump vulgarly
> called for less immigration from Haiti and Africa
> and more from Norway.
> Trump regularly demonized dark-skinned immigrants
> before the 2018 midterm elections, and his
> campaign produced an ad — about a caravan of
> migrants traveling through Mexico — that was so
> racist even Fox News declined to air it. He
> claimed that the same caravan included
> “criminals and unknown Middle Easterners.”
> During a White House meeting in 2018, he referred
> to some undocumented immigrants as “animals”
> and later said they would “pour into and infest
> our country.” He also claimed, without evidence,
> that migrants were bringing diseases into the
> He spent years suggesting that the nation’s
> first black president was born not in the United
> States but in Kenya, a lie that Trump still has
> not acknowledged as such.
> Trump called Obama (who was editor in chief of the
> Harvard Law Review) “a terrible student,
> Trump frequently claimed that Obama did not work
> hard as president.
> Trump falsely claimed that President Obama
> “issued a statement for Kwanzaa but failed to
> issue one for Christmas.”
> He often casts heavily black American cities as
> dystopian war zones. In a 2016 debate with Hillary
> Clinton, Trump said, “Our inner cities, African
> Americans, Hispanics are living in hell because
> it’s so dangerous. You walk down the street, you
> get shot.” Trump also said to black voters:
> “You’re living in poverty; your schools are no
> good; you have no jobs.”
> He frequently offers false crime statistics to
> exaggerate urban crime, including about Oakland,
> Philadelphia and Ferguson, Mo.
> He called Puerto Ricans who criticized his
> administration’s response to Hurricane Maria
> “politically motivated ingrates.”
> He also has a pattern of criticizing
> African-Americans as unintelligent or racist.
> In July 2019, Trump suggested that four minority
> Democratic congresswomen, all of whom are American
> citizens and three of whom were born in the United
> States, should “go back” to “the totally
> broken and crime infested places from which they
> He called some of those who marched alongside
> white supremacists in Charlottesville, Va., last
> August “very fine people.”
> After David Duke, the former leader of the Ku Klux
> Klan, endorsed him, Trump was reluctant to disavow
> Duke even when asked directly on television.
> Trump hired Steve Bannon as his campaign head and
> later White House chief strategist. Under
> Bannon’s leadership, the website Breitbart made
> white nationalism a central theme. It featured a
> section, for example, on “black crime.”
> Trump has endorsed or praised politicians who have
> made racist statements, defended the Confederacy
> or associated with white supremacists, including
> Roy Moore in Alabama.
> Trump pardoned – and fulsomely praises – Joe
> Arpaio, the Arizona sheriff sanctioned for
> racially profiling Latinos and for keeping
> immigrants in brutal prison conditions.
> Denigrating Native Americans
> In the 1990s, Trump took out advertisements
> alleging that the “Mohawk Indian record of
> criminal activity is well documented.” At the
> time, he was fighting competition for his casino
> In a 1993 radio interview, he suggested that
> Native Americans in Connecticut were faking their
> ancestry. “I think I might have more Indian
> blood than a lot of the so-called Indians that are
> trying to open up the reservations.”
> In a November 2017 meeting with Navajo veterans of
> World War II, Trump mocked Senator Elizabeth
> Warren as “Pocahontas.”
> In a Feb. 2019 tweet about Elizabeth Warren, Trump
> appeared to mock the Trail of Tears, a forced
> exodus that killed thousands of Native Americans.
> I win, you lose!
> Cannot Stop Laughing At You!!!