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More insensitive remarks by the President surface

A career intelligence official was reportedly asked by the President about her ethnicity after a briefing last fall, asking why the 'pretty Korean lady' wasn't heading talks with Pyongyang. 13-01-18
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More insensitive remarks by the President surface
A career intelligence official was reportedly asked by the President about her ethnicity after a briefing last fall, asking why the 'pretty Korean lady' wasn't heading talks with Pyongyang.
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Why would my boyfriend laugh at his mother's insensitive remarks about my character?
Wouldn’t most American black people agree that a lot of African countries are shitholes? Seriously? You really don't get it? Donald Trump has been branded a shocking and shameful racist after it was credibly reported he had described African nations, as well as Haiti and El Salvador as “shitholes” and questioned why so many of their citizens had ever been permitted to enter America. US diplomats around the world were summoned for formal reproach, amid global shock that such crude remarks could ever be made in a semi-public meeting by the president of America. In a strongly-worded statement, the UN said it was impossible to describe his remarks as anything other than racist, while the Vatican decried Trump’s words as “particularly harsh and offensive”. The 55-nation African Union said the remarks were “clearly racist”.
Was Trump really being racist when he said "shithole countries" or was he just describing the poorest countries on Earth? He was incredibly insensitive with his language, and his follow up of using Norway, just about the whitest country on Earth as who he wants as immigrants, made it feel more racist than insensitive.
What was the cruel thing Obama did? He ran around being a black President for eight years, which was cruel to the racists he offended. How could he be so insensitive?
Well what have the Gays had to say about President Trumps reported remarks about other countries.?
Wasn't it nice for eight years we didn't have to hear about the president of the United states being an idiot or an insensitive @$$?
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"president" vs "President" – has there been a change in what is grammatically correct? [duplicate] Understanding U.S. President capitalization Despite the claims of people who don't like the current President, this question is NOT a duplicate. I have been seeing more and more the word "President" being used without capitalization lately. Specifically, this appears in what used to be respectful newspapers (NY Times and such). Is this their use of poetic license to show their dissatisfaction with President Trump? Or is it a more subtle point? My understanding was that when referring to an office which is held by one person at a time, the title of the office is always to be capitalized because it's a proper name. But I don't even remember the last time I saw NY Times capitalize "President". What's a good rule of thumb? In my own writing, I've followed the rule that if the word is plural or if the article "a" is appropriate, then the word should be lower-case; otherwise, it should be capitalized. To be clear, the context in which I see these lack of capitalization is one in which the current President is discussed and his specific actions are being addressed and they are not being compared to actions of other presidents. Edit: thanks to Mari-Lou's findings, I have to concede the recent practice at NY Times has been to only capitalize "President" before a proper name. However, the links I have found show that they used "the President" as recently as the Clinton era and began changing to "the president" starting with Bush. Interestingly, they still had to use "the President" during the Bush administration when referring to proper titles of books they reviewed and when publishing historic accounts. In fact, even if parts of those accounts were their own text joining multiple narratives they used the historical papers' grammar rules. I'll post some of what I found in the hopes that some people may find it interesting and maybe even elucidating. Unfortunately, due to the would-be political hackery of those who don't like anything short of the sharpest rebuke of the current President, this question (about grammar of all things!) is now wrongly marked as a duplicate. As a result, I cannot post the part after the "edit" as an answer to my own question (because no further answers can be posted). Here's some examples of how the grammar at NYTimes has evolved: 1998 article on Clinton's impeachment uses "the President" when referring to Clinton. The byline is NYTimes'. 1999 republishing of a transcription by Federal News Service, so the byline is not NYTimes'. It uses "the President" when referring to Clinton. 1865 (I kid you not!) NYTimes republishing letters to "the President" and NYTimes' own comments between the letters to provide a timeline. 2001 review of 4 books, titled "The Making of the President, 2000", has NYTimes' byline and clearly it is still using "the President" in the title, but already switched to "the president" in the text. 2002 article about President Bush already uses "the president" when referring to POTUS.
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