The victim? A 73-year-old white multibillionaire from Queens, who ... [occupies] ... an office that makes him ... the most powerful man on earth.
... [T]he recent rise of populism and supremacist ideology in the halls of power are again deepening the racial breach ...
Regarded as a congressman with a poor legislative performance, King has gained a reputation controversy.
[T]he United States has experienced a rise in hate crimes committed as a result Trump’s irresponsible words.
By portraying the fact that an American founding father owned black slaves, the Russian born artist intended to condemn ... slavery and racism.
These battles are not only about the social and economic issues that sometimes dominate the media, but they are also now connected to issues of religion, race and culture.
[D]onald Trump keeps escalating matters until we can no longer cope with the sheer volume of monstrosities, and the temperate treatment by the media adds to the confusion.
Today in the West, there is a fateful meeting of the minds between indigenous fanatics and politicians who believe in ideas about the white race.