Book: Trump and The GOP - Race Baiting to the White House by Earl Ofari Hutchinsoncategories: Book, Racism, GOP, Presidency, Donald Trump, Elections, Politics
Earl Ofari Hutchinsonabout this book: Donald Trump has swan in the mainstream of the GOP's more than six decade long sordid history of well-calibrated, cynical, and always calculating covert and overt race-baiting. Trump's embarrassing and crude race baiting was simply a logical extension of what the GOP presidential candidates had turned into a fine art with stylistic variances and tweaking. This enabled Presidents Nixon, Reagan, Bush Sr., and George W. Bush to capture the White House, and legions of GOP state and local officials to win election.
Race baiting to the White House, then was no invention of Trump. He just followed the race baiting path that the GOP has blazed for decades in his hunt for the White House. Trump and the GOP: Race Baiting to the White House will trace the sometimes nutty, self-serving, but always shrewd and effective path taken by Trump and the GOP to the White House.
The book then is a call for Americans to see the corrosive and dangerous consequence of race baiting especially in a volatile and crucial political year.
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