The O.K. Corral

It has been one year since Donald J. Trump was elected president, and tossed Hillary Clinton on the dung heap of history. So let’s celebrate by drinking some liberal tears.

Donald Trump won the votes of whites without a college degree by a bigger margin than any Republican presidential candidate since 1980. And there is reason for that. He gave voice to a group of people who have felt left behind.

At nearly every rally and campaign event, populated largely by whites, Trump spoke to their cultural grievances — and he has continued to do so as president.

As you’ll see below, NPR decided to commemorate the president’s first year in office with a whiny, petulant race-baiting article.

But what has also been clear is that nonwhites, many of whom have felt like targets of Trump’s nationalist and protectionist tendencies, are also aggrieved. A survey by NPR, the Robert…

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