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Trump has no credibility when calling for racial calm, rights leaders charge

President Trump’s response to Saturday’s fatal racial clash in Charlottesville, Virginia drew widespread criticism on Saturday from civil rights groups and lawmakers of both parties who said the president did … Click to Continue »
[08-17] Brexit leaders calling for 'period of calm and stability' - AKA 'we have absolutely no idea what we are doing.' #Brexit
[08-17] #Black #Christian #Leaders Detest Claim That #Trump Is the 'Driver' of #Racial Division in America
[08-17] Every lie, every obfuscation comes back on the BS media. They think they are only 'chipping' away at their credibility. #Brexit #Trump
[08-17] Pundits who claimed to support @POTUS then turned away after #Charlottesville won't have credibility when Trump prevails & they crawl back.
[08-17] Two Bush presidents condemn 'racial bigotry' amid Trump backlash #Trump #UKIP #Brexit
[08-17] @realDonaldTrump #Trump calling someone toxic? That's the pot calling the kettle a bigoted fool w no excuse to be president.
[08-17] PM @Theresa_May Over 924,000 Worldwide supporters of #FreeNazanin are calling on #UK Leaders to publicly call on #Iran t…
[08-17] Calling all first time leaders in healthcare! #SeacoleProg is open for applications in #Leeds #Birmingham & #London: htt…
[08-17] Trump is right. #WesternCivilisation is at stake. #Trump is one of the few world leaders to have the balls to stand up for n…
[08-17] Republican Leaders Dance Around Trump Remarks. #interesting #Republicans #Trump
[08-17] Brexit leaders: Who is the man in charge of Brexit, David Davis? via @VerdictUK #Brexit
[08-17] #charlottsville #Virginia y el odio racial causado en #EU Por su propio presidente ilegitimo #Trump! 🙈
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[08-17] President #Trump has a history of regularly fanning the flames of racial controversies.
[08-17] How #Obama Handled An Attack By A Racial Nationalist via @dailycaller #Trump #USpoli @CNN
Alt-right leaders are applauding President Donald Trump for his widely panned response to the Charlottesville violence at the weekend.In an unbelievable press conference even by Trump’s standards, he reverted back to his original statement that there was blame “on all sides” and said there were some “very fine people” taking part in the white nationalist rally which saw one woman killed and many more injured.This is what leaders and prolific activists on the alt-right had to say about his response:David DukeThank you President Trump for your honesty & courage to tell the truth about #Charlottesville & condemn the leftist terrorists in BLM/Antifa .”
"the leaders met 'at' or 'in' the g20 summit"
When the word "summit" is used in the sense of an assembly of leaders, which proposition should be used? At or in? For example; 'the leaders met AT/IN the g20 summit shared their concerns over the prevailing recession'
UN rights chief urges Kenya to calm political climate peacefully
Calling England from abroad with calling code 0021?
Murderer of Glasgow teenager had human rights breached, judges rule. Isn't it about time human rights didn't apply to criminals?
What was the racial make up of Europe?
What is the racial composition of England?
More than 1.8 million signed an official parliamentary e-petition which said that "Donald Trump's well documented misogyny and vulgarity disqualifies him from being received by Her Majesty the Queen or the Prince of Wales," and Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn of the Labour Party said in Prime Minister's Questions (PMQs) that Trump should not be welcomed to Britain "while he abuses our shared values with his shameful Muslim ban and attacks on refugees' and women's rights" and said that Trump should be banned from the UK until the bar on Muslims entering the US is lifted.
Trump has no credibility when calling for racial calm, rights leaders charge
President Trump’s response to Saturday’s fatal racial clash in Charlottesville, Virginia drew widespread criticism on Saturday from civil rights groups and lawmakers of both parties who said the president did … Click to Continue »
The first test came in 1946 when India charged South Africa with practicing racial discrimination against Indian nationals and their descendants who were living within South Africa. Minority groups throughout the world eagerly waited to see what, if anything, the U.N. would do. When a resolution was passed by a two-thirds majority, charging South Africa with the violation of human rights, and requiring it to report back on what steps had been taken to alter the situation, religious and national minorities were overjoyed. However, the enthusiasm of Afro-Americans was dampened by the fact that both the United States and Britain had voted against the resolution. While posing as the leaders of democracy and humanitarianism, they seemed more concerned with protecting their sovereign rights as nations against similar future charges which might impinge on their sovereignty, than they were with protecting the human rights of oppressed peoples.
"I don't, darling," said Miss Mapp, beginning to fizz a little. "No trumps. Not a trump. Not any sort of trump. There! What are we playing for, by the way?"
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