President Trump spoke to the United Nations General Assembly today in New York City, and he used a couple words that Washington Post’s global opinions editor Karen Attiah finds troubling:
Chilling to hear Trump use “sovereignty” and “patriotism” as dogwhistles in his #UNGA speech.
Gives rhetorical ammunition for the nationalistic parties around the world who want to keep immigrants and refugees out.
— Karen Attiah (@KarenAttiah) September 25, 2018
Oh, the triggering.
Can't understand why people find the media contemptible. https://t.co/iYse4xvLaY
— JWF (@JammieWF) September 25, 2018
It’s a mystery!
That's a ridiculous statement. Sovereignty and patriotism are fundamental to a free society. I would think the vast majority of Americans believe in patriotism and self-determination. https://t.co/4nJ6YnlpNs
— Nile Gardiner (@NileGardiner) September 25, 2018
She deserves that ratio.
— Steve Robinson (@BigSteve207) September 25, 2018
— Rehearsal Lot ?? (@RehearsalLot) September 25, 2018
a globalist at the Post. I know you're shocked. https://t.co/QDUqeEmSxO
— Dale Hurd (@DaleHurd) September 25, 2018
Imagine being this way. https://t.co/T0PmKntyA4
— Aaron R. (@cleverhandleguy) September 25, 2018
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