Make America Great Again

A New York commission dropped its formal proceedings against Kyle R. Canning after he agreed never to seek or accept judicial office in the future.
A federal judge dismissed the suit on behalf of student Nick Sandmann after the Post wrote about his confrontation with a Native American activist earlier this year.
President Donald Trump used his 2020 reelection rally to attack democrats and the Mueller investigation.
“We can’t have someone getting hurt," said gallery owner Jen Tough.
The MAGA-themed tome "is going to be the top selling book in the Beyond-Help section of Barnes & Noble," cracked one wag.
Alec Baldwin's Trump boasts he's on “cruise control to a second term and there’s nothing the Democrats in Congress can do about it.”
When it comes to art, everyone’s a critic, and many took to Twitter to share their feelings about "MAGA Ride."
Around the world, President Trump's slogans and MAGA hats have become a symbol for the far right.
The vice president and former attorney general sparred over Donald Trump's "Make America Great Again" campaign slogan.
The Texas rally included cameos from QAnon conspiracy theorists, a Pewdiepie fan and the leader of a far-right militia group.
The Fox News host wants people to continue wearing their MAGA hats, even though it's now "basically considered a hate crime."
The "Empire" actor told Chicago police that the men who attacked him cited Trump's "Make America Great Again" slogan.
Lexington's Bishop John Stowe said Covington Catholic students can't be "pro-life" while supporting a president who "denigrates" immigrants and refugees.
Nicholas Sandmann wore a “Make America Great Again” cap during a viral encounter with a Native American protester.
Covington Catholic High student Nick Sandmann told NBC he was "not disrespectful" to Native American activist Nathan Phillips.
The Twitter account that promoted a video of Covington Catholic High School Students surrounding a Native American man has since been suspended.
The actress and activist was responding to a viral video of a Covington Catholic High School student at the Indigenous Peoples' March over the weekend.
CNN flagged the account that spread the clip of Covington Catholic High School students taunting a Native American elder.
New allegations of racism have cropped up just as students and parents deny the last ones.