Trump’s Statement Triggers Debate on Race, Immigration and Political Ideology

United States democracy faces a tough test this week.

President Donald Trump was not least criticized for attacking through the utterances of four women members of Congress from minority groups. The US House of Representatives issued a resolution condemning the president’s statements felt by racists.

At the same time, opposition Democrats still disagree on whether to fight to impeach Trump or focus their efforts to outperform Trump in next year’s presidential election. This dispute hurt the country in a fierce polemic related to race, immigration, and political ideology.

In the presence of an energetic mass in North Carolina, President Trump returned to attack four members of the Democratic faction in Congress, all of whom were women of color.

“These hard followers of left-wing ideology see your country as an evil force. They are hurting our country. “They want to destroy our Constitution, weaken your military and eliminate the values ‚Äč‚Äčthat foster this great country,” explained Trump.

The president targeted Ilhan Omar, a member of Congress from Minnesota. His attack this time invited the crowd of supporters to shout out the words: “return him.”

The appearance of the attacking Trump campaign was held when the House held a vote on the ideas of the Democratic faction about whether to initiate the impeachment process against Trump.

Earlier this week, the DPR took a step that was not often by working on a vote on a resolution condemning Trump’s verbal attacks which were considered racist against the four legislators.

All members of the Democratic faction supported the resolution, classified as civil rights icon John Lewis of Georgia. “I know racism when I see it. I know racism when I feel it. At the height of the government, there is no room for racism, “he commented.

President Trump’s victory in the 2016 election was stimulated by the strong support of all white voters from the workers’ study room.

Now not a few figures from the Democratic faction, belonging to Tom Malinowski, believe the president is struggling to mobilize support by awakening racial hatred.

“His words are not just words. The words were like gasoline, which consumed the anger of those who were disturbed by their thoughts, “Malinowski said.

Trump denied he was racist and looked at the four women members of Congress whom he attacked as socialists. He urged that the four women leave America if they felt dissatisfied.

Some members of Congress from the Republican faction complained about Trump’s verbal attacks, but not a few others, belonging to Senator John Kennedy, supported the president.

“This is not China. This is not North Korea. This is America. If we hate this country, please leave your feet whenever we want, “Kennedy explained.

Based on information from Kyle Kondik, a political analyst from the University of Virginia, Trump’s narrow victory in 2016 and his relatively low level of public support made it difficult for him to be re-elected.

“If the level of support is below 45 percent, it needs to garner significant support from those who oppose it, and this is the most difficult,” said Kyle Kondik.

The rhetorical war that took place this week could be felt like a glimpse of how fierce the presidential election campaign will be next year.