Donald J Trump (73) is a white nationalist with a long history of using his privilege and power for racist ends who currently works for the White House. Donald is a registered Republican with numerous ties to more overt white nationalists such as Alex Jones, Stephen Miller, and Steve Bannon. Donald lives in Washington D.C., New York City, and Palm Beach, Florida.
Donald Trump has a long history of racism. In 1989, Trump paid for ads (with his own money) pushing for New York City to murder the 5 black teenagers known as the Central Park Five who were wrongfully convicted for the rape and murder of a jogger. The Central Park 5 spent 5-15 years in prison. Despite being exonerated with DNA evidence, Trump still holds that they are guilty.
Trump’s rhetoric on immigration mirrors that of alt-right white supremacist figureheads like Patrick Casey and Richard Spencer. In 2018, Trump stated his opposition to immigration into the US from majority non-white populations like Haiti and Africa, and favoring immigration from Norway.
.@NBCNews source: As Durbin explained how deal would impact ppl from Haiti, Trump said, "Haiti? Why do we want people from Haiti here?" Then they got Africa. 'Why do we want these people from all these shithole countries here? We should have more people from places like Norway."
— Christina Wilkie (@christinawilkie) January 11, 2018
Trump’s winking at the 14-words is clear as day when he speaks about immigration from Mexico
Like many of the neo-Nazis we cover, Trump also pushes out fake crime statistics to imply a causality between race and violence, in this instance playing into the racist trope that black Americans are more violent than other races.
— PolitiFact (@PolitiFact) July 11, 2016
It is surely no coincidence that Trump has retweeted neo-Nazis like @WhiteGenocideTM. “White genocide” is a white supremacist conspiracy theory that the white “race” is going to be bred out of existence through miscegenation and immigration from non-white majority countries.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 22, 2016
Trump heavily peddled the racist conspiracy theory that former President Barrack Obama was born in Kenya.
An 'extremely credible source' has called my office and told me that @BarackObama's birth certificate is a fraud.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 6, 2012
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