Some residents of Trump Place in New York are so ashamed of living in an apartment complex that bears the name of the Republican presidential candidate that they’ve petitioned to get it removed.
30 YEARS WITH JORGE RAMOS (October 2016).
From the Ku Klux Klan to the so called alt-right movement, white supremacist groups are growing in numbers and influence. In “Hate Rising,” Jorge Ramos shows us how their ideas, usually confined to private and secretive gatherings, are becoming mainstream thanks in part to the rhetoric on the campaign trail this election cycle.
Around sunset, in the backyard of a house in a small Ohio town, a group of men set fire to a wooden swastika they’d built. As the flames rose, they raised their right arms and made a Nazi salute. “White Power!” they shouted. “White Power!”
The journalist urged attendees to not let borders the limit, because music, poetry and ideas can cross them. He also said he expects the United States to treat all immigrants from the way he treated him 33 years ago, when he stepped on American soil.
Jorge Ramos Why He Stood Up To Donald Trump When Other Journalists Wouldn’t (October 2016).
Some books are written with ink on paper; others, on laptops. But a new book by the Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo López was partly written on skin.
“In this war, there were neither winners nor losers,” said Timochenko, one of the leaders of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, after a peace deal was announced this summer between FARC and the Colombian government.
President Enrique Peña Nieto is solely responsible for Donald Trump’s recent visit to Mexico, and he alone should shoulder the consequences. The president’s advisers may counsel him, but he ultimately makes the decisions.
What was Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto thinking when he invited Donald Trump to Mexico City? He was thinking that he could outsmart Trump, of course. But as everyone saw, Peña Nieto had underestimated his opponent.