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Donald Trump hit a new low with racist tweets and everyone noticed

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It's Sunday, June 14, and Donald Trump is saying racist stuff on Twitter.


While that's been true of many other days during Trump's presidency, the Sunday tweets were particularly vicious (and incorrect in their fundamental assertion). They're so bad, in fact, that the people of Twitter quickly took the mean-spirited and bombastic U.S. president to task for his words.


It all stems from ongoing disagreement within the Democratic party between House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and four Congresswomen — Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib, Ilhan Omar, and Ayanna Pressley — known as "the Squad." The four women are young and progressive people of color whose efforts pull the party to the left while Pelosi has toe more of a moderate, center-left line. Read more...

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