The President Of The United States Essay

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Today is November 16th, 2016, which happens to be exactly one week after the American people discovered that Donald J. Trump is to be the next president of the United States. All bias aside, a man with zero political experience will, in merely a few months, be tasked with leading a nation of over 300 million people. Trump 's victory perplexed many, for, throughout the campaign process, he managed to offend and degrade nearly every population demographic, save for white men. In countless interviews, speeches, videos, and more, he proved himself to be misogynistic, racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, and a slew of other negative characteristics. The fact that he won has emboldened his supporters across the country to have committed roughly 300 hate crimes, leaving minorities battered and terrified. These atrocities have brought to light for many, and reaffirmed for countless others, that America is still incredibly racist. Although the white agenda is and always has been, paramount, in such a diverse country, it 's nevertheless astounding that Trump won, considering that his platform relied upon fear mongering and the spewing of hateful rhetoric against minorities. Although not solely to blame, exclusionary zoning in cities like Miami helped to create the population demographic that Trump capitalized on to win the electoral college even though he lost the popular vote.

Before one can understand exclusionary zoning, one must understand suburbanization. Following President
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