This video from the USA says about itself:
Explosive Story About Trump’s Racism In The Eighties
7 September 2015
“Black employees at the Trump Casino in Atlantic City were routinely kept out of sight whenever the real estate mogul entered the building, says one former employee.
A New Yorker magazine article about Atlantic City contained the story of a former Trump Casino worker about the way he and other employees of color were treated on the job when “the boss” was around…
Brown said, “When Donald and Ivana came to the casino, the bosses would order all the black people off the floor. It was the eighties, I was a teen-ager, but I remember it: they put us all in the back.””
Read more here.
By Daniel Marans in the USA:
Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn is also open to waterboarding and killing suspected terrorists’ families.
05/19/2016 01:15 pm ET
Former Defense Intelligence Agency director Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn expressed his support for Donald Trump’s extreme national security positions in an interview released Thursday — including a ban on Muslim entry.
But the informal advisor to Trump’s campaign, who headed the Pentagon intelligence agency under the Obama administration until 2014, strained to define those proposals more liberally than the presumptive GOP presidential candidate ever has.
He then went on, however, to describe a far narrower policy than the blanket prohibition Trump has proposed.
“I support the vetting of individuals and the proper screening of individuals who are coming from certain parts of the world like Syria,” Flynn told Hasan.
He did not mention that the U.S. refugee resettlement program, the way many Syrians now arrive in the United States, is already among the strictest and most intensive parts of the immigration system.
“I am a believer in leaving as many options on the table right up until the last possible minute,” Flynn said.
Nor would Flynn categorically reject the notion of deliberately killing the families of accused terrorists, a practice that constitutes a war crime. Former CIA director Michael Hayden has said that U.S. troops could legally “refuse to act” on such an order.
“I would have to see the circumstances of that situation,” Flynn said of the practice.
His blessing for Trump’s most controversial national security proposals is notable because it lends credibility to some of the statements that even many foreign policy hawks regard as beyond the pale.
Flynn was forced out as DIA chief for vocally opposing the Obama administration’s more optimistic assessments of progress against militant groups including Al Qaeda.
He has argued that “political correctness” is limiting the U.S. in the fight against ISIS, according to the Daily Beast.