In speaking to an audience in Harrisburg, Pa., on Saturday, President Donald Trump used his high office to pursue divisive grudges, to attack the media and to savage congressional Democrats. Most of all, Trump used his bully pulpit quite literally, devoting about half his speech to the dehumanization of migrants and refugees as criminals, infiltrators and terrorists.
In speaking to an audience in Harrisburg, Pa., on Saturday, President Donald Trump used his high office to pursue divisive grudges, to attack the media and to savage congressional Democrats. Most of all, Trump used his bully pulpit quite literally, devoting about half his speech to the dehumanization of migrants and refugees as criminals, infiltrators and terrorists. Carolyn Kaster The Associated Press
In speaking to an audience in Harrisburg, Pa., on Saturday, President Donald Trump used his high office to pursue divisive grudges, to attack the media and to savage congressional Democrats. Most of all, Trump used his bully pulpit quite literally, devoting about half his speech to the dehumanization of migrants and refugees as criminals, infiltrators and terrorists. Carolyn Kaster The Associated Press

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