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Donald Trump Reaches Out To Minorities

In the first debate, a question was posed about how the candidates might heal the racial divide. Donald Trump’s answer, strangely enough, was “law and order,” including “stop and frisk.” These are phrases not commonly used in the same sentence as “racial healing.” Cartoon by Kirk Anderson.
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