Republican candidate’s controversial statements often make undertaking of bringing their diverse communities to support Trump more difficult, though change in discourse is now happening, says Sajid Tarar and Eve Stieglitz.
By DANIELLE ZIRI
NEW YORK – Over the course of his campaign, the discourse of presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has offended many groups in the United States: Hispanics, African-Americans, women, Jews and Muslims have all felt targeted at least once.
Jewish groups came out against Donald Trump last week after he tweeted an image depicting Hillary Clinton against a backdrop of cash and a six-sided star, which he later said was meant to be a sheriff’s star. Continue Reading »