This is so Trump and the source of his self-confidence in his racism—he believes all white people feel the way he does about people of color, and those that claim not to are pretending.
For no particular reason, this seems like a good day to read 's oral history of Trump's long record of bigotry
Never read anything quite like this... Just...wow!
In 2016, Trump described himself to The Washington Post as “the least racist person that you’ve ever encountered.” But instances of bigotry involving Donald Trump span more than four decades. From the latest issue of our magazine
A fine day to re-up this comprehensive history of Trump's racism, from
In 2016, Trump described himself to The Washington Post as “the least racist person that you’ve ever encountered.” But instances of bigotry involving Donald Trump span more than four decades. From the latest issue of our magazine
"Donald can be racist in ways that he’s not even aware are racist, because he is so out of touch with people who are not like him."
Really striking work here: four decades worth of Trump's bigotry, in one piece.
Read all about it.
“The level of animosity and hatred was palpable. It was brutal.”
"Trump asked what the dots were, and the architect said, 'It’s braille.' Trump was upset by that. He said, 'Get rid of it'...Trump’s exact words were: 'No blind people are going to live in this building.'"
This is a comprehensive oral history of President Trump's record on issues of race
In 2016, Trump described himself to The Washington Post as “the least racist person that you’ve ever encountered.” But instances of bigotry involving Donald Trump span more than four decades. From the latest issue of our magazine
Instances of bigotry involving Donald Trump span more than four decades. , , , and Cullen Murphy interviewed a range of people with knowledge of several of those episodes
A chronicle of more than four decades of Trump bigotry. via
"The level of animosity and hatred was palpable. It was brutal. The language used around this case—'savages'—bordered on the kinds of stuff that Ida B. Wells and others wrote about during the lynching period."
The first time Donald Trump ever made news involved accusations of bigotry against him. He has stuck with a winning formula. An oral history of key moments from Trump's public life, by , , , and Cullen Murphy
Finally had time to sit down and read this from , , , and Cullen Murphy and you should too.
My husband recounts a piece of the shady history of the Trump real estate empire. Trump’s Racism: An Oral History - The Atlantic
rump has assembled a long record of comment on issues involving African Americans as well as Mexicans, Hispanics more broadly, Native...
In the summer of 2005, Donald Trump had an idea: What if the next season of his reality-TV show, The Apprentice, pitted “a team of successful African Americans versus a team of successful whites”?
It's been two years since the Charlottesville white supremacist riots and the death of Heather Heyer. Last spring, I interviewed people who were at the rallies for as part of our oral history of Donald Trump's bigotry
Really can’t recommend this piece enough
An Oral History of Trump’s Bigotry
Trump’s Racism: An Oral History - The Atlantic
This is absolutely damning, and impossible to defend.