Trump Called for Chaos in Telling White Supremacists to ‘Stand By’

President Donald Trump during the first presidential debate in Cleveland, Ohio, Sept. 29, 2020 (AP photo by Julio Cortez).
President Donald Trump during the first presidential debate in Cleveland, Ohio, Sept. 29, 2020 (AP photo by Julio Cortez).
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If Donald Trump had his way, you might not be reading these words and I might not be writing them. Unless I and the other 40 percent of Americans who are not white accept the ludicrous notion that we are less deserving of our Constitutional rights than the white supremacist Proud Boys who Trump told to “stand back and stand by” during Tuesday’s presidential debate, then hell hath no fury like an American racist scorned. Intimidation, fear, violence, chaos—we all better get ready, the so-called leader of the free world has warned. What Trump and his followers don’t seem to […]

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