Donald Trump was sworn in as the President of the United States in Washington DC on Friday, pledging to lead a "united America" to renewed prosperity. But widespread protests suggested the country may be more divided than ever.
On the morning of Donald Trump’s inauguration, ABC spent a few minutes legitimizing the 60+ Democrats boycotting Trump as a sign of a “divided nation.” Contrast that with eight years ago, when the networks were giddy and gushing about how great Obama’s presidency was for the country.
President Obama delivered his first address after Donald Trump became the President Elect on Wednesday (Nov. 9). He addressed our divided nation with Vice President Joe Biden at his side, and encouraged Americans to remain hopeful, whether or not your side won or lost the election. Obama said that he had spoken with Trump since …
On victory lap, few signs Trump focusing on unified nation
“We are a divided nation!” Donald Trump tweets, while Hillary Clinton bemoans “the divisions” that are keeping “our people apart.” So, it seems, most of us hold these truths to be self-evident: We are a polarized people and becoming more … Continue reading
‘Not a Regular Day’: What a Trump Rally Clash Reveals About a Divided Nation
Hopelessly Divided? Think Again. Instead of lamenting our divisions, let’s celebrate what we agree on and find candidates willing to address what's blocking cooperation..embrace our foundational task as citizens: building a democracy “movement of movements” that does not quit until all voices are heard.
'Inmates running the prison': Owners divided over protest responses
People has used this cause to try an cloud the issues. But, in my opinion. Those very statements of indifference. Are direct evidence for the protest. There Is no middle ground, you are either for racism. Or you are against it. We need to step back, take a look at who is legitimately trying to resolve this thing. And who just want their name in the paper. As a fake Donald Trump.The owners had some remarkable comments during meetings about the NFL's protest issues.