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The Most Inhumane Trump

January 12, 2018 // El País - Spain - Spanish

Donald Trump's decision to withdraw Temporary Protected Status from 200,000 Salvadorans living in the U.S. ... open[s] the door to one of America's ... most shameful mass deportations.

The Divided States of America

October 5, 2017 // Il Giornale - Italy - Italian

The rise of Trump, the Republican Party’s outsider, allowed for the growth of the "alternative-right"* movement ... Those “irredeemable” people represent a large segment of Americans.

Beyond the Racism of Donald Trump

July 14, 2015 // Proceso - Mexico - Spanish

Last March, U.S. real estate and investment fund magnate Donald Trump attacked corruption in Mexico on his Twitter account. The owner of the Miss Universe brand, a beauty contest that pulls in millions in profits from sponsorships, accused a businessman from southeast Mexico, Rodolfo Rosas Moya, of causing his anger. [Read more]

When Did the US Stop Accepting the Corrupt?

February 19, 2015 // El Universal - Venezuela - Spanish

The U.S. says that neither the corrupt nor human rights violators are welcome within its borders. But when did it stop accepting them? The question is worth considering. For decades, Miami and New York, to mention only two cities, have been the hideouts of our most corrupt: from ex-presidents and their lovers/wives [Read more]

Obama and Immigration Reform: A Radical Change

December 8, 2014 // Panorama - Italy - Italian

Reform by decree: 5 million undocumented immigrants will be given legal status and will be shielded from deportation, while the Republicans aimlessly consider their counterattacks. Barack Obama is no longer beating around the bush. He will enact immigration reform and will do so by decree, signing an executive order [Read more]