‘We’ve got to do something about the problem of white supremacy’: What does the new president have to say about race?

‘We’ve got to do something about the problem of white supremacy’: What does the new president have to say about race?

We don’t want to say too much more about the Trump administration’s agenda, but we do want to talk about a few things: The Trump administration has been working to dismantle the civil rights legacy of the civil-rights era.

Trump’s executive order to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) for people who arrived as children has caused confusion in some communities.

The President’s decision to rescind a rule that prevents insurers from discriminating against people with preexisting conditions has created confusion in the insurance marketplace.

The new president has also ordered a halt to all federal regulations on guns and gun violence.

This week, Trump signed an executive order that is likely to expand the list of prohibited substances to include marijuana, an issue that has also caused confusion among many in the Trump Administration.

Finally, Trump has proposed the repeal of a rule aimed at protecting children from bullying.

This is a complicated issue, and it will be a challenge to get the policies through Congress, but it is a good sign that Trump and his team are committed to finding a path forward.

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