WashPo's Dana Milbank: 'Fading White Hegemony Is Inevitable'Chris Menahan
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The Washington Post's Dana Milbank writes in an article originally titled, "Trump brings on the death throes of white hegemony" and later changed to, "Obama was right: He came too early":
Former Obama White House official Ben Rhodes, in his forthcoming memoir, tells of a moment of doubt the first African American president had after the election of Donald Trump on a campaign dominated by white grievance.Seems like Milbank's got a lot of racial animus towards white people.
The Post ran another article recently lamenting the idea that Trump's immigration plan may possibly keep whites in the majority for "up to five more years."
They said white people need to become a minority as fast as possible and open their borders because not to do so would cause "pain and violence and economic and social instability for millions of black and brown people."
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