Trump's presidential campaign was "looking backwards," the former secretary of state said in India.
President Donald Trump went off on reporters when asked about the KKK rally in Charlottesville, VA
It is hard for people to come to the realization that a parent or brother or sister or friend may have racist tendencies.
Trump studied the template well, and has managed to add a few tweaks to it, with his swagger and bluster. Asking him to stop now would be asking the GOP to cut its own throat. Trump well knows that.
#OscarsSoWhite for a reason.
"We have to exercise our right to vote, and vote for those who will give more quality (of life) to Latinos, to the candidates. Use your strength, Latinos!"
I am sickened by your bigoted intolerance of gay and lesbian people marrying. It's not all about you. It's about humanity and doing the right thing. And stop blaming God for every narrow-minded thought you cannot suppress. God, my friends, is about love, acceptance and forgiveness.
Donald Trump has received an endorsement from groups in which he wants no connection -- racists and Neo-Nazis.
While the contemporary American climate may be fraught with racial tensions and intense discussions about inequalities for
I always knew that I was black, but I did not begin to understand what it meant to be black until it was demonstrated to
“525!“ I call. A customer, who is sitting with his back towards me, stands up and turns around. Our eyes meet. He slumps
According to tax records accessed at CitizenAudit.org, the Los Angeles Clippers Foundation donated $20,000 to the Los Angeles NAACP in 2008 and again in 2009, and the Donald T. Sterling Charitable Foundation gave $5,000 in 2010.
An extended audio recording of the same conversation, released by Deadspin on Sunday, shows Sterling defending his views
South Carolina GOP Senator Tim Scott is the latest to spin the laughable fantasy that blacks are ripe for the GOP pickings.