United States Refugee Vetting Process

President Donald Trump cited a need for extreme vetting of refugees seeking entrance to the United States when he signed an executive order Friday, Jan. 27, establishing a moratorium on the admission of refugees.

The Anti-Defamation League promised a relentless battle against the directive. American Jewish Committee criticized the blanket suspensions of visas and refugee admissions butbacked the insistence on thorough vetting, The Times of Israel reported.

“Resettlement is considered a durable solution for refugees who cannot return to their countries of origin or integrate into the current country that is hosting them,” the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants says, adding that it is a lifesaving option given to less than 0.5 percent of the world’s refugees.

Here’s the existing 13-step clearance process for people seeking refugee status in the United States, according to the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants:

  • Step 1 — In most cases the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees determines that a person qualifies as a refugee under international law. A refugee has fled from his or her home country and cannot return because of a well-founded fear of persecution based on religion, race, nationality, political opinion or membership in a particu­lar social group.
  • Step 2 — A refugee who meets one of the criteria for resettlement in the United States is referred by the UNHCR, a U.S. Embassy or a trained nongov­ernmental organization.
  • Step 3 — A resettlement support center contracted by the State Departmentcompiles the refugee’s personal data and background information.
  • Step 4 — Security checks are conducted, using the information collected by the resettlement support center. The State Department runs all refugees referred for resettlement through a Consular Lookout and Support System name check. Enhanced interagency security checks have been applied to all refugee applicants since 2010.
  • Step 5 — During those security checks, some refugees go through an additional security review called a security advisory opinion. These refugees require clearance from a number of U.S. law enforcement and intelligence agencies.
  • Step 6 — Refugees who meet the minimum age requirement have their finger­prints and photographs taken. The fingerprints are checked against various U.S. government databases, and the Department of Homeland Security reviews any matches.
  • Step 7 — An officer from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, part of the Department of Homeland Security, conducts a detailed, face-to-face interview with each applicant, usually in the country of asylum. Based on the information in the case file and on the interview, the officer determines whether the person qualifies as a refugee and is admissible under U.S. law.
  • Step 8 — If the applicant qualifies as a refugee and meets other admission criteria, the officer conditionally approves the application for resettlement and submits it to the State Department for final processing, pending clearance on the security checks in Steps 4, 5 and 6.
  • Step 9 — The International Organization for Migration or a physician designated by the U.S. Embassy conducts a medical screening of each approved applicant.
  • Step 10 — Every refugee is assigned to a voluntary agency in the United States, such as the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants, which then places the refu­gee with a local partner agency or office for assistance upon arrival.
  • Step 11 — While awaiting final processing, refugees are offered cultural orienta­tion to prepare them for the journey to and initial resettlement in the United States.
  • Step 12 — For most refugees, a second interagency check is con­ducted for any new information. Refugees must clear this check to depart for the United States.
  • Step 13 — At one of five U.S. airports designated as ports of entry for refugee admissions, a Customs and Border Protection officer reviews the refugee documentation and conducts additional security checks to ensure that the person arriving is the refugees who was screened and approved for admission to the United States.

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Mexicans Have Been a Good Friend to the USA

D-Source 01/30/17

So, this is who we want to insult by building a wall and this is who our President is trying to bully into paying for it.

The Mexicans have always been one of our best friends! The Mexican People are woven into our society and so is their culture. They are our second largest Trading Partner in the world and I’ve never met a Mexican I didn’t like (Truth).

If you have always been my friend; I will never change how I treat you, just for personal or financial gain. That is what I call being ‘Two Faced’. I feel like the US is being ‘Two Faced’ with Mexico and although I love my country; I am not proud of it, right now.

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Executive Order Bans All People from 7 Nations

Story highlights

  • Many of the provisions in the order are consistent with Trump’s campaign pledges
  • Here’s a breakdown of what the executive order does

Washington (CNN)With just a few quick strokes of the pen, President Donald Trump on Friday banned — temporarily, for now — roughly 218 million people from entering the United States.

Trump barred citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the US for at least the next 90 days by executive order, which a senior White House official said later Friday is likely just a first step toward establishing a broader ban.
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  • It’s unclear how many more countries will be added to the list, but the official said the administration will be “very aggressive” as it weighs how many more countries to add to the list.
    Asked what criteria the administration will consider as it looks to expand the ban beyond the initial seven countries, the official said simply the “mandate is to keep America safe.”
    “Not going to take any risks,” the official added.
    That’s just one part of the controversial executive order Trump signed Friday dubbed: “Protecting the nation from foreign terrorist entry into the United States.” Many of the provisions in the order are consistent with Trump’s campaign pledges.
    Here’s a breakdown of what the executive order does.

    Bans citizens of 7 countries

    Trump banned citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the US for at least the next 90 days.
    The executive order bars all people hailing from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen — or at least 218 million people, based on 2015 data published by the World Bank — from entering the United States. Those countries were named in a 2016 law concerning immigration visas as “countries of concern.”
    But the executive order also makes clear those seven countries are just a starting point for a likely broader ban.
    The order exempts diplomats and members of international organizations from the ban.

    Orders review of countries to be added to the ban

    The order also directs the secretary of Homeland Security to conduct a 30-day review to determine which countries do not provide “adequate information” for its citizens to be issued visas to enter the US.
    During the campaign, Trump talked about these countries as “terror-prone” countries. During the GOP primary campaign, he called for banning all Muslims from the US — a statement he never retracted — before shifting toward calling for banning individuals from countries with terrorist links, though he never specified the countries.

    Suspends the US refugee program

    Trump also stopped the admission of all refugees to the United States for four months.
    During that time, Trump’s secretary of state will review the application and screening process for refugees to be admitted to the US. The process is already highly rigorous and often takes successful refugee applicants at least two years to be admitted into the United States, but Trump has argued the program could still be exploited by terrorists.
    Trump also more than halved the number of refugees who could eventually be admitted in 2017 to 50,000 from the 110,000 cap established under former President Barack Obama.
    Trump also states in the order that refugees should be prioritized for entry on the basis of religious persecution, “provided that the religion of the individual is a minority religion.” That would open the door for Christian refugees from Muslim-majority countries to be accepted in the US while Muslims fleeing those countries would be excluded.

    Bans Syrian refugees

    “I hereby proclaim that the entry of nationals of Syria as refugees is detrimental to the interests of the United States and thus suspend any such entry,” Trump declared in Friday’s executive order.
    While Trump during his campaign called for banning Syrian refugees from the US — decrying their entry as a potential “Trojan horse” — he also called for establishing a safe zone in Syria where Syrians fleeing the war-ravaged country could live peacefully. Trump made no mention of that plan in Friday’s executive order, even though a draft of the executive order circulating in recent days called for beginning to plan for creating such zones.

    Calls for new immigration screening procedures

    The executive order also calls for the secretaries of state and homeland security, the director of national intelligence and the FBI director to develop and implement new immigration screening procedures.
    The ban and its impact:
  • 134 million banned from US
  • What to know about the restrictions
  • Trump during his campaign called for developing new “extreme vetting” screening procedures that would weed out potential terrorists from visa applicants by asking questions about their views on the US and ensuring that individuals support the US’s pluralistic values.
    “In order to protect Americans, the United States must ensure that those admitted to this country do not bear hostile attitudes toward it and its founding principles,” Trump states in the opening section of the executive order.
    “The United States cannot, and should not, admit those who do not support the Constitution, or those who would place violent ideologies over American law. In addition, the United States should not admit those who engage in acts of bigotry or hatred…or those who would oppress Americans of any race, gender, or sexual orientation.”
    Correction: The combined population of the seven countries named in the executive order — Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen — is roughly 218 million, according to 2015 data published by the World Bank. An earlier version of this story incorrectly used a lower figure.

    Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration and its immediate consequences, explained



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    VIDEO: Trump says America should have had ‘extreme vetting’ for many years (ABC News)

    Actions speak louder than words and after more than a year of inflammatory rhetoric, US President Donald Trump has used executive orders to prove to those who put him in office that he will act on his controversial promises — and there were immediate consequences.

    More than 134 million people are now at least temporarily banned from entering the country under his sweeping executive order signed at 4:42pm on Friday aimed at “Protecting the nation from foreign terrorist entry into the United States”.

    What was Trump’s order and who is affected?

    It bans travel from seven majority Muslim countries — Iran, Iraq, Somalia, Syria, Sudan, Libya and Yemen — for 90 days, suspends all refugee admissions for 120 days with “case-by-case” exceptions and suspends entry of Syrian refugees indefinitely.

    There has been confusion about permanent residents and green card holders due to conflicting advice sent to airlines by the White House. Officially it appears that they can board flights to the US but they may face extra screening or be detained on arrival.

    However, human rights groups say that green card holders trying to return from holidays, business or study are being stopped in foreign airports.

    White House officials briefing reporters have said green card holders who are stranded outside the US will need to meet with a consular officer and seek a case-by-case visa waiver to return home. The requirements to get a waiver remain unclear.

    Dual nationals born in any of the seven banned countries are also covered by the ban even if they hold passports from a US-allied country like Australia.

    What was the response?

    While Brooklyn district Federal Court Judge Ann Donnelly has blocked part of the order in response to a case brought by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), her ruling applies only to those who were already in transit, preventing the Government from deporting them.

    Ms Donnelly says the Government is “restrained from, in any manner and by any means, removing individuals” who are refugees or have valid visas due to risk of harm if they are deported.

    The order does not apply to those who are outside the United States who have not yet commenced their travel. It appears to also mean that those who are being detained at airports could be held until the legal case is complete.

    Another Federal District Court judge in Virginia also issued a seven-day order to prevent green card holders being held at Dulles International Airport, just outside Washington DC, from being removed from the country.

    Mr Trump has shrugged off the sense of chaos and confusion as refugee advocates scramble to respond and security personnel at US entry points grapple with new, hastily made rules.

    Why these countries?

    The New York Times reports that research by the University of North Carolina shows that no terrorist attack has been committed on US soil by anyone who has emigrated from any of the seven countries affected in the past 15 years.

    Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Afghanistan and Pakistan are not included in the ban despite documented terrorist activity and movement of militants from those countries, nor are Indonesia or Turkey where the Trump Organisation does business.

    “It’s not a Muslim ban, but we were totally prepared,” Mr Trump said at the White House.

    “It’s working out very nicely. You see it at the airports. You see it all over.”

    What happens now?

    When refugee entry eventually resumes the number will be capped at 50,000 over the year, halving the number allowed by the Obama administration. Religious minorities and Christians will be given preference.

    Further protests are planned for major airports across the country today after crowds turned out at JFK in New York, O’Hare in Chicago and elsewhere last night in support of detained passengers.

    An official from the Department of Homeland Security told the Washington Post that the order had created only minimal disruption with 109 people denied entry to the country and some turned around, 173 people blocked from boarding aircraft in foreign locations, and 81 green card waivers issued so far.

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    President Elect Trumps Cabinet Pics, to date…

    Secretary of Defense

    Gen. James Mattis

    Retired Marine general


    A key figure in the Iraq war, Gen. James Mattis led troops and ultimately oversaw US Central Command. In Gen. James Mattis, Trump has a candidate who was held in high regard throughout the ranks of the Marine Corps during his 44 years of service. A seasoned combat commander, he led a task force into southern Afghanistan in 2001 and a Marine division at the time of the Iraq invasion in 2003. The retired four-star general, who was known as “Mad Dog,” was lauded for his leadership of Marines in the 2004 Battle of Falluja in Iraq — one of the bloodiest of the war. But he attracted controversy in 2005 when he said “it’s fun to shoot some people” while addressing service members in San Diego. He ultimately rose to oversee US Central Command. Mattis would require a waiver from Congress to be eligible for the position — servicemembers must usually wait seven years before being eligible. With Republicans in control on Capitol Hill and the general praise for the general’s career, a waiver would likely be a formality to obtain.

    Past controversy: “It’s fun to shoot some people,” he once said.

    Key conversation: He may have already changed Trump’s mind about waterboarding.

    Nickname: He got his nickname after the battle of Fallujah and kept it for his plain spoken nature.

    Chief of Staff

    Reince Priebus

    Republican National Committee chairman


    Reince Priebus has served as director of the Republican National Committee since 2011. Previously, he served as the committee’s general counsel. Priebus has the backing of establishment Republicans like House Speaker Paul Ryan, a fellow Wisconsinite, and Mitch McConnell, the Senate Majority Leader. He could help Trump negotiate with Congress. His appointment was reported November 13.

    Secretary of the Treasury

    Steven Mnuchin

    Co-chairman and CEO of Dune Capital Management


    Steven Mnuchin, who worked at Goldman Sachs for 17 years, joined the Trump campaign as finance chairman in May. These days Mnuchin is a Hollywood producer, putting out films including this past summer’s “Suicide Squad,” as well as “American Sniper” and “The Lego Movie.” His latest film, due in theaters this month, is called “Rules Don’t Apply.” Mnuchin has contributed to both Republican and Democratic candidates, including Hillary Clinton’s Senate campaigns and 2008 presidential run. He gave to Barack Obama’s Senate and presidential campaigns and to Charles Schumer, the new Democratic leader in the Senate. Mnuchin also worked with George Soros, the billionaire financier who has bankrolled liberal candidates and causes — and who was depicted as a villain in Trump’s last campaign ad. In 2009, during the real estate collapse, Mnuchin led a group that bought failed subprime lender IndyMac for pennies on the dollar.

    Explained: The US economy as explained by GIFs from Steve Mnuchin’s movies

    Promised: Mnuchin pledges biggest tax cuts since Reagan

    Controversy: He made billions off the 2008 housing crisis

    Attorney General

    Jeff Sessions

    US Senator from Alabama


    Sen. Jeff Sessions has represented Alabama in the US Senate since 1997. He was the first sitting senator to endorse Trump’s presidential campaign and was a main surrogate for him on the campaign trail. Sessions was nominated to be a federal judge earlier in his career, but could not get past Senate confirmation after allegations, which he denied, that he had made racist comments. He’s been a key opponent of comprehensive immigration reform on Capitol Hill. Trump offered Sessions the job of attorney general on November 18.

    In-depth: Transcripts, interviews shed light on allegations of racism against Sessions

    Impact: How Jeff Sessions could change the Justice Department

    Secretary of Commerce

    Wilbur Ross



    Wilbur Ross fits the mold of the type of administration officials he pledged to appoint during the campaign: businessmen with long resumes and billions in their bank accounts, sitting at the ready to negotiate for U.S. Interests around the world. Ross, 78, had been a vocal Trump supporter before the election, citing the need for a “more radical, new approach to government” that would help middle class and lower middle class Americans.

    Ross, chairman of WL Ross & Co., has made a career of resurrecting dying companies. Fittingly, some of Ross’s biggest hits have been in the same demoralized industries that Trump wants to revive: steel and coal. For instance, Ross’s firm scored huge returns last decade by cobbling together bankrupt steel makers including Bethlehem Steel to form International Steel Group. Ross then flipped the conglomerate in a $4.5 billion sale two years later.

    Collector: He’s worth an estimated $3 billion and has an impressive art collection worth a reported $150 million.

    Philosophy: Like Trump, who famously called himself the “king of debt,” Ross is not afraid to borrow money and used debt to finance his acquisitions, a trend known as leveraged buyouts.

    Priority: NAFTA re-negotiation could start day one

    Secretary of Labor

    Andrew Puzder

    CEO of CKE Restaurants


    The head of the Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s fast food restaurants, Andrew Puzder, 66, is a vocal critic of government regulation and opposes a $15 minimum wage, broader overtime pay and the Affordable Care Act. The Labor Department oversees America’s job market, regulates the workplace, and produces statistics like the unemployment rate that underpin economic policy. Puzder has been the CEO of CKE Restaurants since 2000. He’s credited with turning around the Hardee’s brand, but his company has been accused of labor violations and fielded complaints about sexist commercials. His nomination comes at a time when restaurants and other low-wage industries are feeling pressure to increase pay. Puzder would likely resist those pressures as Labor secretary.

    Policy: What a Fast Food CEO as Labor Secretary could mean for the minimum wage

    Related: Trump’s labor secretary approves of this racy ad

    Secretary of Education

    Betsy DeVos

    Republican donor, school choice activist


    Betsy DeVos chairs the American Federation for Children, a group that promotes charter school education. She also served on the board of the Foundation for Excellence in Education, a group led by former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush — one of Trump’s GOP primary opponents — which promoted both school choice and the Common Core education standards that Trump opposes.

    Related: Read more about Betsy DeVos 


    Secretary of Health and Human Services

    Tom Price

    Chairman, House Budget Committee


    One of Tom Price’s top priorities as health secretary would be to dismantle the sweeping health reform law that his two predecessors spent six years implementing. Price, an orthopedic surgeon who chairs the House Budget Committee, has long decried Obamacare as a threat to quality and affordable health care. Before entering politics, Price spent nearly 20 years in private practice as an orthopedic surgeon. He also served as medical director of the orthopedic clinic at Grady Memorial Hospital and as an assistant professor at Emory University’s School of Medicine. Price then spent four terms in the Georgia State Senate. In 2004, he was elected to the House of Representatives. He was named Budget Committee chair in 2015.

    Price has authored several iterations of an Obamacare replacement plan, which bears many similarities to Trump’s vision for health care reform and to House Speaker Paul Ryan’s overhaul proposal. Price’s most recent bill, the Empowering Patients First Act of 2015, calls for giving refundable tax credits to those who buy policies in the individual market. The credits would be adjusted by age, ranging from $1,200 for those age 18 to 35 to $3,000 for those age 50 and up.

    The plan would also offers more incentives for Americans to use Health Savings Accounts, including a one-time $1,000 tax credit for making contributions. It caps the tax exclusion on employer-sponsored plans at $20,000 for family coverage, and it allows insurers to sell coverage across state lines. Price’s bill also pushes states to create high-risk pools to insure those rejected by carriers on the individual market — usually those who have costly, pre-existing conditions.

    Also, it limits using federal funds to pay for abortions and protects health care providers who don’t want to perform abortions for religious reasons.

    Agenda: How Price could replace Obamacare

    Past: Orthopedic surgeon has written several Obamacare alternative plans

    National Security Advisor

    Michael Flynn

    Retired US Army Lieutenant General


    Michael Flynn served as the director of the Defense Intelligence Agency from 2012-2014. He’s also served as assistant director of National Intelligence and served in Iraq and Afghanistan. Trump offered him the job of National Security Advisor November 17. An area of controversy for Flynn will be his complicated history at the Pentagon, particularly with classified information, and his work with foreigners after leaving the military.

    Past statement: Islamism is a “viscious cancer” that must be excised from the body of Muslims

    Controversies: Flynn’s handling of classified info has been investigated

    Communications Director

    Jason Miller

    Trump campaign senior communications adviser


    Jason Miller has advised the Trump campaign on communications strategy since June. He previously worked on Rudy Giuliani’s 2008 presidential bid.

    Press Secretary

    Jason Miller

    Trump campaign senior communications adviser


    Jason Miller has advised the Trump campaign on communications strategy since June. He previously worked on Rudy Giuliani’s 2008 presidential bid.

    Sean Spicer

    Chief Strategist and Communications Director at the Republican National Committee


    Sean Spicer serves as chief strategist and communications director at the Republican National Committee, where he’s worked since 2011. Previously, he worked as the assistant US trade representative for media.

    Laura Ingraham

    Conservative pundit, radio host


    Luara Ingraham is a provocative voice in conservative circles, although she has also worked as an attorney and clerked for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. She was a Trump supporter and spoke at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.

    Secretary of State

    Rex Tillerson

    Exxon CEO


    Trump is reportedly intrigued by the oil man’s view of the world. “He is much more than a business executive. He is a world class player. He is in charge of, I guess, the largest company in the world,” Trump told Fox News’ Chris Wallace of Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson. “And to me, a great advantage is that he knows many of the players. And he knows them well.” How well Tillerson knows some of the players could be an issue, even among Republicans, on Capitol Hill. “He does massive deals in Russia. He does massive deals — for the company, not for himself, for the company,” the Trump has said. As head of the world’s most valuable oil company, Tillerson could be a controversial pick due to concerns about climate change and his ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin. In 2011, Exxon signed a deal with Russian oil giant Rosneft to provide access to lucrative oil resources in the Arctic. Rosneft’s largest shareholder is the Russian government. Putin attended the Exxon signing ceremony and later awarded Tillerson the country’s Order of Friendship.

    Friend of Russia: Behind the deep ties between Exxon CEO Tillerson and Russia

    Confirmation battle: Trump could face Capitol Hill showdown over CEO

    Secretary of Homeland Security

    Gen. John Kelly, retired

    Former Marine general


    The former head of U.S. Southern Command, retired Gen. John Kelly was previously responsible for managing security threats posed by criminal drug networks based in south and central America — an issue that Trump highlighted in his campaign. Kelly also oversaw operations at the controversial Guantanamo Bay detention facility in Cuba. The outspoken general clashed with the Obama administration’s push to close the facility, and told the Military Times in an interview that “there are no innocent men down there.”

    Kelly served over 40 years in the Marine Corps, moving steadily through the ranks since enlisting in 1970, and taking over as commander of U.S. Southern Command in 2012. He is also a Gold Star father, having lost his eldest son, Marine 1st Lt. Robert Kelly, in combat in Afghanistan in 2010.

    Kelly — who would likely play a significant role in the planning and implementation of Trump’s proposed border wall as the director of Homeland Security — has publicly discussed potential threats along the southern border of the U.S. In a March 2015 Senate Armed Services Committee hearing, Kelly talked about “the relative ease with which human smugglers moved tens of thousands of people to our nation’s doorstep” and cautioned that “these smuggling routes are a potential vulnerability to our homeland.”

    In the same testimony, Kelly warned against complacency toward the spread of human smugglers and drug traffickers in south and central America. “Unless confronted by an immediate, visible or uncomfortable crisis, our nation’s tendency is to take the security of the Western Hemisphere for granted. I believe this is a mistake,” Kelly told the panel.

    Military theme: Trump interviews generals

    Director of National Intelligence

    Admiral Mike Rogers

    Director, National Security Agency


    As head of the NSA, Admiral Mike Rogers oversees one of the largest and most important pieces of the US national security infrastructure. His tenure there has not been without controversy. The Washington Post reported recently that both the current Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, and Defense Secretary Ash Carter recently recommended that President Obama replace Rogers as head of the NSA. Their issues include a desire to change the leadership structure of the NSA to put more in civilian hands, concerns specifically about his management style and issues of security at the NSA during his tenure. But moving a top military figure from heading the NSA to a civilian intelligence job is not without precedent. Michael Hayden went from the NSA to leadinng the CIA during the George W. Bush Administration.

    Mike Rogers

    CNN National Security Commentator


    A congressman for 14 years, Rogers is also a former FBI agent. He was Chairman of the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. He was a part of Trump’s transition team, but left November 15. It’s not clear if leaving the transition team meant he was no longer in the running for a post.

    Pete Hoekstra

    Former Congressman


    A former Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Hoekstra represented Michigan for 18 years on Capitol Hill. Since leaving office he has run unsuccessfully for both governor and senator.

    Lt. Gen. Joseph Kellogg, retired

    Reitired Lieutenant General, Defense contractor


    Reitred Lt. General Joseph Kellogg has a distinguished military service record, including command of the 82nd Airborne Division. He retired from the military in 2003 and worked at a number of defense contractors before becoming an adviser to Donald Trump.

    Rudy Giuliani

    Former mayor of New York City


    Rudy Giuliani served as mayor of New York City from 1994-2001 and has acted as an informal adviser to the Trump campaign.

    Secretary of Energy

    Rick Perry

    Former Governor of Texas


    Rick Perry was among the first 2016 Republicans to criticize Trump, but he dropped out of the race early and was also among the first former rivals to endorse him. As longest-serving governor of the oil state of Texas — Perry left office 2015 — he has a natural interest in the Department of Energy. But when he ran for president in 2012, it was one of the three departments Perry said he’d eliminate from the federal government. Actually, in a bit of irony, the Department of Energy was the department he forgot he’d want to eliminate during a fateful 2011 debate performance. “Oops,” he said at the mistake, which likely ended his presidential aspirations.

    Rewind: Rick Perry endorses Trump for President

    Secretary of Housing and Urban Development

    Ben Carson

    Former presidential candidate, retired surgeon


    Ben Carson was a onetime rival turned campaign surrogate for Trump. The retired brain surgeon was also eyed as a potential Health and Education secretary. Like Trump, Carson has never had a government position before and he ran for president largely on his qualifications as a surgeon and his up-from-the-bootstraps life story. A onetime leader in the GOP primary polls, Carson clashed with Trump before ultimately endorsing him.

    Related: Read more about Ben Carson

    Secretary of Transportation

    Elaine Chao

    Former Labor Secretary


    She has a long history in Washington and Elaine Chao made history as the first woman of Asian descent in a presidential Cabinet when she became President George W. Bush’s labor secretary. She has also been CEO of the United Way and director of the Peace Corps. Chao, who comes from a wealthy shipping family, immigrated to the US from Taiwan at 8. Before her work in government, Chao worked at banks in San Francisco and New York. She is also one half of one of the most powerful couples in Washington; her husband is Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

    Related: Trump picks Elaine Chao

    Related: Cabinet picks pull from DC establishment

    Secretary of Interior

    Ryan Zinke

    Montana Congressman


    Zinke, a 55-year-old ex-Navy SEAL commander and recipient of two Bronze Stars for combat missions in Iraq, was a Trump supporter. He’s also faced criticism from environmental and conservation groups since joining the House in 2015. In the House, Zinke was a member of the Armed Services and Natural Resources committees.  “President-elect Donald Trump and I had a very positive meeting where we discussed a wide range of Montana priorities,” Zinke told The Billings Gazette in a statement afterward. “We are both very hopeful for the future.” His selection is major political break for Democrats. Zinke was the top Republican prospect to challenge Minnesota Sen. Jon Tester in 2018 — and his removal from the race would substantially improve Democrats’ chances of holding the seat in the midterms.

    Secretary of Agriculture

    Forrest Lucas

    Founder, Lucas Oil Products


    Forrest Lucas founded Lucas Oil and, like Vice President-elect Mike Pence, he hails from Indiana. In addition to being a former long-haul trucker, he’s an anti-animal rights activist — which is to say he founded a non-profit organization to combat the “radical” animal rights movement. The motto of Protect the Harvest is “keeping America free, fed and fun.”

    Senior advisers

    Stephen Bannon

    Donald Trump campaign CEO


    Stephen Bannon went on leave from his position as executive chairman of Breitbart News in August 2016 to helm Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. He’s a controversial figure in the media world since Breitbart has been a key part of the “alt-right” movement that trades in conspriacy theories like questioning Hillary Clinton’s health. They have also been major proponents of Trump’s border wall proposal. Groups like the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League have argued he should not be included in the White House staff.

    Related: Read more about  Steve Bannon

    Related: White Nationalists see advocate in Steve Bannon

    Kellyanne Conway

    Donald Trump campaign manager


    Kellyanne Conway founded The Polling Company in 1995, and has consulted on polling for major corporations and Republican politicians. She served as a senior adviser to New Gingrich’s 2012 presidential bid.

    David Bossie

    Donald Trump deputy campaign manager


    David Bossie became the president and chairman of the conservative advocacy group Citizens United in 2000.

    Hope Hicks

    Donald Trump campaign press secretary


    Hope Hicks served as the press secretary for the Trump campaign. Previously she worked at a PR firm and represented Ivanka Trump’s brands.

    Jared Kushner

    Real estate developer, newspaper owner, husband of Ivanka


    Jared Kushner helped take charge of Trump’s presidential campaign and has been one of his top advisers. He’s also Trump’s son-in-law and has three children with his wife, Ivanka. Kushner is wealthy in his own right and runs his own family’s real estate development business. He also owns the New York Observer, a newspaper. Kushner’s father, Charles, a Democrat, served jailtime for making illegal campaign contributions. It was New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, now a Trump adviser, who prosecuted Kushner’s father. There are federal laws against the employment of family members, so it could be difficult for Kushner to serve in an official capacity.

    Corey Lewandowski

    Former Trump campaign manager


    Trump’s first campaign manager and a true believer from the beginning of the Trump campaign, Lewandowski was fired by the campaign in June over differences about the direction of the campaign. He remained a loyal surrogate for Trump and his message, however, during appearances on CNN during the presidential campaign.

    Director, Office of Management and Budget (OMB)

    Mick Mulvaney

    Congressman from South Carolina


    Mulvaney, if confirmed by the Senate, would manage the White House’s annual proposed budget, program and policies. The director also sets up the federal government’s purchase of goods and services, called procurement, and oversees the performance review for government agencies and federal employees.

    Mulvaney called the appointment a “great honor.”

    “The Trump administration will restore budgetary and fiscal sanity back in Washington after eight years of an out-of-control, tax and spend financial agenda, and will work with Congress to create policies that will be friendly to American workers and businesses,” Mulvaney said in a statement. Mulvaney is a member of the House Financial Services Committee and is a co-founder of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, a group of conservative lawmakers who have clashed with party leadership.

    He didn’t initially support Trump for president — he first endorsed Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul during the primaries. But he endorsed Trump a few hours after House Speaker Paul Ryan did in June, saying at a candidates’ forum in Gaffney, South Carolina, that Trump could advance the Republican agenda. Mulvaney also told reporters in May that the one issue he wants Trump to detail his plans on is federal spending and debt.

    Related: Trump taps conservative Mulvaney to head OMB

    Administrator, Environmental Protection Agency

    Scott Pruitt

    Oklahoma attorney general


    Scott Pruitt is a fierce EPA critic — Pruitt had sued the agency over its regulations of power plants. Pruitt is a prominent denier of climate science, writing in the National Review in May that “the debate is far from settled” over whether human activity has contributed to the warming of the earth.

    CIA Director

    Mike Pompeo

    Congressman from Kansas


    A member of the Tea Party class of 2010, Pompeo also has establishment bona fides; he graduated from West Point and Harvard Law School. He formed an aerospace company, which he since sold. He served ont he special House committee tasked with investigating Hillary Clinton and the attacks on Benghazi. Trump offered Pompeo the position of CIA Director November 18.

    UN Ambassador

    Nikki Haley

    Governor of South Carolina


    She was sharply critical of Trump’s rhetoric during the GOP primary, but Nikki Haley is an important voice in the GOP. She’s one of the few women mentioned as a possible Trump cabinet official and the one of the few ethnic minorities — Haley is of Indian descent, but was born in South Carolina. She’s the first woman governor in South Carolina’s history, but could run into road blocks in this position since she has no foreign policy experience.

    Bygones: Trump looks to critics for top jobs

    Related: Trump appoints three women of color

    Small Business Administration

    Linda McMahon

    former CEO of WWE


    Linda McMahon is co-founder of the professional wrestling franchise WWE along with her husband, Vince McMahon, and twice a former Republican Senate candidate from Connecticut.

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    Yuge in China.Photo: GREG BAKER/AFP/Getty Images

    Donald Trump is still more than a month away from assuming the Oval Office, but he’s already managed to inflame diplomatic tensions with the world’s second-greatest power.

    First, the president-elect broke with nearly four decades of precedent byaccepting a phone call from the president of Taiwan. Since 1979, a cornerstone of U.S.-Sino relations has been America’s acceptance of the “One China Policy” — a doctrine that prohibits the recognition of Taiwan as an independent state. By directly communicating with (the pro-independence) president of the island, Trump signaled his disrespect for that policy.

    Which is a big deal. Preventing Taiwan from achieving internationally recognized independence is one of the top priorities of Chinese foreign policy — one that its military is prepared to go to war over.

    Following Trump’s call, China decided to clarify that last point, by flying a nuclear-capable bomber over its disputed islands in the South China Sea — while also preparing to ship new surface-to-air missiles to those islands, according to U.S. officials who spoke with Fox News.

    Trump was not impressed by this display of force. In an interview with Fox News Sunday, the president-elect suggested that he felt no compulsion to honor the “One China” policy — unless China accedes to his demands on trade.

    “I fully understand the ‘One China’ policy,” Trump assured Fox. “But I don’t know why we have to be bound by a ‘One China’ policy unless we make a deal with China having to do with other things, including trade.”

    Of course, honoring the “One China” policy has allowed the United States to make countless “deals” with China, on issues of ranging from environmental policy to international sanctions.

    On Monday, China announced that future acts of cooperation would be jeopardized, should Trump continue down his current path.

    “China expresses serious concern on this subject,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang told reporters, including representatives of NBC News. “If the [One China policy] is compromised or interfered with, any sound and steady development in China-U.S. relations and cooperation in various fields is out of the question.”

    The Global Times, a Chinese state-run newspaper, delivered this message less diplomatically, deriding Trump’s behavior as very “childish and impulsive.”

    “China needs to prepare enough ammunition for a roller-coaster ride of the China-U.S. relations with Trump,” the paper wrote in an editorial. “There are many other people in the world that also need to buckle up the seat belts …China and other powers in the world are not going to be bullied.”

    (In March, the Global Times argued that Donald Trump success in the GOP primary testified to the hazards of democracy.)

    Trump spent much of his campaign rattling a saber in Beijing’s direction. “We can’t continue to allow China to rape our country,” he told his supporters in May. “That’s what they’re doing. It’s the greatest theft in the history of the world.”

    Softer versions of this sort of rhetoric are not uncommon in American political campaigns. While few candidates deploy analogies to sexual violence as freely — or enunciate the word China as violently — as the GOP standard-bearer did, some amount of chest-puffing toward the East is a perennial feature of our politics.

    And China generally makes the same assumption about this bellicosity that many liberals made about Donald Trump’s political career — after Election Day, it will all be over.

    But now Trump is president-elect. And China is shipping missiles to the disputed islands that many see as the (potential) cradle of the next world war. And the way Trump says China doesn’t seem so funny anymore.

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    People React to What They Believe Trump Stands For…

    Acts of Hatred, Racism Come in Immediate Aftermath of Donald Trump’s Election

    Patch is documenting incidents of hatred and racism in the aftermath of the presidential election.

    Acts of Hatred, Racism Come in Immediate Aftermath of Donald Trump's Election

    After a long and contentious election in which Donald Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States, there has been a steady stream of demonstrations across the country with protesters unhappy with the results taking to the streets and breaking out in chants of “We reject the president-elect,” and “not my president.”

    The protests are not the only thing to occur in the immediate aftermath of the election. Incidents motivated by racism and hatred have come to the forefront of the national conversation, with an uptick of such incidents being reported across the country. The hateful acts have manifested in schools, college campuses, businesses and places of worship. The Southern Poverty Law Center is monitoring reports of racist harassment and intimidation and has so far recorded 201 such incidents across the country as of Nov. 11. The SPLC pulled the information from news reports, social media and direct submissions sent to them but noted that each incident could not be independently and immediately verified.

    “Often times, types of harassment overlapped and many incidents, though not all, involved direct references to the Trump campaign,” the SPLC stated.

    The Anti-Defamation League said following the election of Trump, there has been a sharp spike in reports of racist and anti-Semitic graffiti and vandalism, including the widespread use of swastikas and other Nazi imagery.

    Oren Segal, Director for the ADL’s center on extremism, told Patch that there are more of these incidents being reported and while it is too early to say if there is a spike particularly and it remains difficult to compare them to another time in history, he said the context is different and somewhat unique.

    He said it is not uncommon to see Swastikas or graffiti that is anti-Muslim or anti-gay, however, what is uncommon is seeing incidents linked to a particular campaign. He said the incidents seem to be more than just harassment and vandalism and seem to be, “loaded with the country’s anxiety.”

    In his first interview as president-elect on CBS’s “60 Minutes,” Trump was asked about the racist and hateful acts popping up in his name. Below is the exchange between Trump and CBS correspondent Lesley Stahl from the interview that aired Sunday night.

    Donald Trump: I am very surprised to hear that– I hate to hear that, I mean I hate to hear that–

    Lesley Stahl: But you do hear it?

    Donald Trump: I don’t hear it—I saw, I saw one or two instances…

    Lesley Stahl: On social media?

    Donald Trump: But I think it’s a very small amount. Again, I think it’s–

    Lesley Stahl: Do you want to say anything to those people?

    Donald Trump: I would say don’t do it, that’s terrible, ‘cause I’m gonna bring this country together.

    Lesley Stahl: They’re harassing Latinos, Muslims–

    Donald Trump: I am so saddened to hear that. And I say, “Stop it.” If it– if it helps. I will say this, and I will say right to the cameras: Stop it.

    Trump’s appointment of Stephen Bannon as White House strategist, the former executive of the news website Breitbart who has an alleged history of anti-Semitism and served as the Trump campaign’s chief executive, might have negated any of Trump’s efforts to call on Americans to stop the hateful acts.

    Jonathan Greenblatt, head of the ADL, called Bannon the ringleader of “a loose-knit group of white nationalists and unabashed anti-Semites” in an official ADL statement. The SPLC also issued a strongly worded statement titled “Bannon Must Go.

    Racial tensions in the country have been heightened lately, and acts of vandalism and violence had already begun to pop up during the general election, such as the vandalism of a black church in Mississippi where the words “Vote Trump” were scrawled on its side or the firebombing of a local GOP office in North Carolina where the words Nazi Republicans leave town or else,” were left on a nearby building. Non-white communities have always dealt with racist acts but there is something about the tone of the incidents that have taken place post-election that sets them apart.

    Segal, of the ADL, explained that the impact of these incidents is beyond local. While they always affect local communities, people may think of these instances of racism as a reflection of where America is headed.

    “Now it almost has the appearance of something that is broader so it creates anxiety,” he said.

    With a country that is still processing what is going on, Segal said there is leadership required from community leaders up to the highest offices in the nation to reject and condemn what is going on and to do so constantly.

    Patch has reported on several instances of such incidents and is compiling a list that will be constantly updated as we report on more acts motivated by racism and hatred. (Note: The list is organized based on the date Patch reported on the incident)

    Nov. 15

    Milford Neighborhoods Hit With White Supremacist Newspaper

    MILFORD, MA—About four weeks ago, copies of the KKK newspaper “The Crusader” was thrown in the driveways of one of Milford’s neighborhoods, and residents in another neighborhood are now complaining that it happened again over the weekend.

    Trump Supporter Allegedly Attacked Outside Boston Bar

    BOSTON, MA — A young man alleges he was physically and verbally assaulted outside a Boston bar over his support for President-elect Donald Trump, called a “racist” and told him he “took a wrong turn. ‘You know you’re in Massachusetts.'”

    Community Rallies Around Muslim Teacher Told to Hang Herself

    DACULA, GA — The Dacula High School community is rallying around a Muslim teacher who says she received a note urging her to hang herself with the headscarf she regularly wears.

    Baylor University Rallies Around Student Shoved Off Sidewalk, Called Racial Slur

    WACO, TX — Students at Baylor University at Waco have employed the tactics of love to combat a recent incident of hate on campus, rallying around a student who was shoved off a sidewalk on college grounds by a suspect who said “I’m just trying to make America great again,” a reference to the election slogan used by Donald Trump in reaching the presidency, the victim later recalled.

    Abilene Christian University Expels Students After Racist Snapchat Featuring Blackface Exposed

    ABILENE, TX — Two Abilene Christian University students have been expelled after a Snapchat video surfaced on Monday showing one of them in blackface while mimicking a black person with racist exaggerated features.

    Racially Offensive Fliers Found on Southern Methodist University Campus

    DALLAS, TX — Officials at Southern Methodist University in Dallas are investigating after two offensive fliers were found Sunday night in two stairwells of a residence hall.

    Nonprofit Worker Removed from Job, Mayor Resigns After Racist Facebook Post Directed at Michelle Obama

    CLAY, WV — A nonprofit worker in Clay, West Virginia, has been placed on leave and the town’s mayor has resigned after a controversy the two women became involved in regarding an extremely racist Facebook post that was directed at First Lady Michelle Obama.

    Nov. 14

    Crown Heights Sidewalk Swastika Joins ‘Wave of Anti-Semitic Vandalism’ Across NY

    CROWN HEIGHTS, BROOKLYN — An all-white swastika spray-painted onto the sidewalk over the weekend atBrooklyn Avenue and Montgomery Street, in a heavily Orthodox Jewish area of Crown Heights, is one of at least five instances of anti-Semitic vandalism recorded across New York state in the week since Donald Trump was elected president, according to the Anti-Defamation League, a Jewish organization that tracks anti-Semitism in the U.S.

    Trump Supporter Sucker-Punches Woman at Brooklyn Bistro

    BOERUM HILL, BROOKLYN — A Donald Trump supporter sucker-punched a woman at a Boerum Hill restaurant Saturday night after getting into a political debate with her earlier in the evening, according to widespread reports.

    Klan Video Causes Uproar in North Central Connecticut

    STAFFORD, CT — North Central Connecticut was in an uproar on Monday over a video featuring a party at which some participants wore Ku Klux Klan outfits that has been circulating around social media. State police said they are looking into the matter.

    Anti-Trump Protester Attacked on Ohio State University Campus (Video)

    COLUMBUS, OH — An anti-Trump demonstration on the Ohio State University campus was interrupted on Monday when a man wearing a scarlet and gray sweatshirt ran down a flight of stairs and tackled a protester addressing the crowd with a megaphone.

    Hate Graffiti Found in Pomona

    POMONA, NY — Graffiti reading “No Jews” was found spray-painted on a street and on a Realtor’s sign in Pomona. Officers found graffiti at two homes for sale on Carteret Drive, as well as on a Realtor’s “For Sale” sign.

    Danbury Hate Crime: Swastika Found on House & Mazda CX7: Report

    DANBURY, CT — A swastika was painted on the side of a downtown home and a car in the Division Street neighborhood over the weekend.

    N.J. ‘Redneck’ Says His Pro-Trump Truck Had Tires Slashed

    BLOOMFIELD, NJ — Sour race relations between white and black Trump supporters in Bloomfield may have led to an alleged tire-slashing incident in front of a Broad Street diner last week, reports say.

    Anti-Trump Graffiti Found Near Torched Home

    MANGO, FL — The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office and investigators from Hillsborough County Fire Rescue are looking into a Monday morning arson-related fire at a mobile home in Mango. Investigators also found anti-Donald Trump graffiti at two nearby homes, leading them to believe “both of these locations may be connected to the arson investigation.” One of the vandalized homes reportedly had the words “F— Trump. Burn Everything” spray painted on it.

    Racist, Anti-Semitic Graffiti Found on Bronx River Bike Path in White Plains

    WHITE PLAINS, NY — Westchester County Executive Robert Astorino, speaking on the Bronx River bike path under a Metro-North bridge in White Plains Monday, said hateful graffiti is not something he or anyone in the county will tolerate. Anti-Semitic and anti-black graffiti were found Sunday afternoon under the bridge on the bike path.

    Villanova Student Reportedly Harassed By Trump Supporters

    RADNOR, PA — A black female Villanova University student was reportedly attacked by several white males who ran toward the student shouting “Trump” on the school’s campus.

    Threat to Set Fire to Hijab-Wearing U-M Student Probed as Hate Crime

    ANN ARBOR, MI — Police in Ann Arbor are investigating an incident Friday in which a man allegedly forced a Muslim woman to remove her hijab and threatened to set her on fire with his lighter, prompting a University of Michigan campus-wide safety alert, according to news reports.

    Nov. 13

    Off-Duty Cop Flew Confederate Flag at Anti-Trump Rally: Police

    TRAVERSE CITY, MI — An off-duty Michigan police officer whom authorities said flew a Confederate flag from his pickup this weekend at a demonstration protesting the election of Donald J. Trump as the nation’s 45th president has been suspended, according to news reports.

    Silver Spring Church Vandalized With Racist Message Calling for ‘Whites Only’

    SILVER SPRING, MD — A sign advertising the Spanish-language Mass at an Episcopal Church in Silver Spring and the wall of the parish’s memorial garden were vandalized with the words “Trump Nation. Whites Only,” the Episcopal Diocese of Washington said in a Facebook post.

    Natick Police Investigate Possible Hate Crime: Letters With Racial Slurs Left on Resident’s Steps

    NATICK, MA—Natick police are investigating a possible hate crime as a resident reported receiving a series of threatening letters on his doorstep two days in a row over the weekend, said Chief James Hicks.

    Swastikas Drawn on 4 Dorm-Room Doors at NYC’s New School

    NEW YORK, NEW YORK — Police are investigating after Swastikas were drawn on four doors in a residence hall at the New School.

    Nov. 12

    Two Men Arrested for Attacking Donald Trump Supporter in Meriden: Police

    MERIDEN, CT — Two men have been arrested after police say the attacked a man who was waving an American flag and holding a Donald Trump election sign.

    Black Freshmen at UPenn Added to Racist Group Message Depicting Images of Lynching; Student in Oklahoma Suspended

    PHILADELPHIA, PA — A student at the University of Oklahoma has been suspended after a number of black freshmen students at the University of Pennsylvania were added to a group messaging account that contained racist images and messages, according to university officials.

    Fight Over President-Elect Trump at a Connecticut Restaurant Leaves One Man Hospitalized

    OLD SAYBROOK, CT — Police say they were called to a local restaurant Friday night for a fight in progress between patrons over President-elect Donald J. Trump.

    Nov. 11

    Swastikas Drawn on Wall at Bethesda’s Westland Middle School

    BETHESDA, MD — Swastikas were recently drawn on the walls of a boys’ restroom in a Bethesda middle school, according to a letter from the building principal that was sent home to students and parents Friday.

    East Haddam Woman’s Message of Love Vandalized Overnight

    EAST HADDAM, CT — After learning of the results, a local woman felt compelled to make a sign expressing her care toward a number of groups in the country who may feel oppressed by the election of Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton. The sign read, “Dear Muslims, Immigrants Women, Disabled, LGBTQ folks & All People of Color, WE LOVE YOU; boldly & proudly, we will endure.” The sign, however, was apparently vandalized within a day. Overnight, an unidentified person wrote “Trump 2016” over her message in black spray paint.

    Racist Graffiti Found in SUNY New Paltz Dormitory Bathroom

    NEW PALTZ, NY — Racist, profanity-laced graffiti was found in a woman’s bathroom in a SUNY New Paltz dormitory Thursday.

    Canton Police Officer Suspended for Alleged Racist Remarks on Facebook

    CANTON TOWNSHIP, MI – A Canton police officer has been suspended with pay amid an investigation into racist remarks he is accused of making against black people on Facebook, according to media reports.
    The officer, Kenneth Kleszcz, allegedly told African-Americans to “go home monkeys” during a live feed of an election protest.

    Nov. 10

    Police Investigate Racist, Pro-Trump Message Scrawled in Maple Grove High School Bathroom

    MAPLE GROVE, MI — Maple Grove police detectives are seeking information after receiving a report of a racist message written in a Maple Grove Senior High school bathroom. The message was written during the school day on Nov. 9, according to a news release.

    Vandalism, Harassment at CRN High School Following Election, District Says

    NEWTOWN, PA — A school district in Pennsylvania saw vandalism and harassment following Tuesday’s election, Superintendent Robert J. Fraser said Thursday. Fraser said one incident occurred in a girls’ restroom, where on a hanging piece of paper someone wrote “I Love Trump,” a derogatory comment about people who are gay and three swastikas. Another incident occurred in a different girls’ restroom where someone wrote “If Trump wins, watch out!” on a toilet paper dispenser.

    South Brunswick Board Of Education Member Targeted by Anti-Islamic Graffiti

    SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ — A member of the South Brunswick Board of Education, who was re-elected on Tuesday night, has been targeted by anti-Islamic graffiti on campaign lawn signs.

    Royal Oak Students Chant ‘Build The Wall’ In School Cafeteria

    ROYAL OAK, MI — Remember the days when all you had to worry about in the school cafeteria was a food fight and getting a Sloppy Joe in the face? Not in 2016 cafeterias. Things got political at the Royal Oak Middle School cafeteria Wednesday, and the whole outburst was caught on video and has taken off on social media, receiving more than 700,000 views in less than 24 hours.

    Pro-Trump Graffiti Scrawled Onto NYU Muslim Prayer Room Door

    NEW YORK, NEW YORK — An unknown individual scrawled “Trump” onto the door to a Muslim prayer room at NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering in Downtown Brooklyn following Election Day, the NYU Muslim Students Association said Wednesday.

    Trump, Nazi Graffiti Sprayed On Philly Storefront

    PHILADELPHIA, PA — A Nazi swastika and the word “Trump” was discovered spray painted on the window of an abandoned store front in south Philadelphia early Wednesday morning.

    Trump Flag-Waving at Hillary Clinton’s Alma Mater Gets ‘Disruptive’ People Removed

    WELLESLEY, MA – Two people were removed from the Wellesley College campus Wednesday after driving around in a pickup truck and waving a Donald Trump flag. Lisa Barbin, chief of campus police at Wellesley College, said the “disruptive” individuals were asked to leave campus without incident.

    Nov. 9

    Trump National Golf Course Fairway Vandalized, Fire Marshal Investigating

    LOUDOUN COUNTY, VA —The fairway at Trump National Golf Course suffered undisclosed damage, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office, just hours before the Republican candidate’s surprise win in the presidential election.

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    Hillary Clinton Conspiracies

    Long before she let Benghazi happen, Hillary Clinton was the center of a swirl of inventive rumors about sex, drugs, and murder. For entertainment purposes only, we’ve rounded up some of the greatest (i.e., most scurrilous). We’ll add more as they inevitably bubble up in the run-up to the 2016 race.


    Rumor: Then-Secretary of State Clinton faked the flu and a concussion in December 2012 to avoid testifying to Congress about Benghazi.
    Rumormongers: 2016 presidential dark horse John Bolton and Fox News contributor Monica Crowley
    Rumor: As if a phony head injury wasn’t bad enough—Hillary faked a blood clot, an even more serious medical condition, to further delay her Benghazi testimony.
    Rumormonger: Glenn Beck, who added that “if she really had some weird thing in the hospital, then it should prohibit her from ever becoming president.”

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    Brained by Bush’s brain
    Rumor: The clot was real, and Hillary suffered lingering brain damage that could render her unfit for office.
    Rumormonger: Fox News analyst Karl Rove, who backtracked the next day.



    Fostering doubts
    Rumor: Various theories hold that former Clinton White House chief of staff Vince Foster didn’t commit suicide in Virginia’s Fort Marcy Park. One posits that he was killed because he was having an affair with Hillary Clinton.
    Rumormongers: Former Rep. Dan Burton (R-Ind.) once shot a watermelon (or a pumpkin—it’s unclear) to prove that Foster was shot by someone else. Accuracy in Media founder Reed Irvine took out an ad in the New York Times to note that the FBI had failed to investigate “semen in Foster’s shorts, blond hair on his T-shirt and trousers and multicolored carpet fibers on all his clothing.” (Bonus: Anne Coulteronce joked, “If you attack the Clintons publicly, make sure all your friends know that you are not planning suicide.”)
    Ron Brown’s body
    Rumor: Commerce Secretary Ron Brown and 34 others were killed in a plane crash orchestrated by the Clintons to prevent him from spilling the beans to special investigators about selling seats on trade missions.
    Rumormonger: The Clinton Body Count, a website linking the first family to more than 90 deaths.
    Whitewater whitewash
    Rumor: After agreeing to cooperate with special investigator Ken Starr, Whitewater partner James McDougal died in prison—allegedly at the hands of Clinton henchmen. “Chalk up another body to Clinton,” as one Rush Limbaugh caller put it. An alternative theory: McDougal faked his death to avoid ratting out his benefactors.
    Rumormonger: The Clinton Body Count
    Rumor: Former Clinton aide Kathleen Willey alleged that after her cat went missing, a suspicious-looking jogger told her to watch what she said. Then her new cat turned up dead.
    Rumormonger: Willey, in the the 2007 pseudo-documentary Hillary: The Movie(which triggered the Citizens United Supreme Court decision).


    The condoms must be on the other side of the tree. AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee


    Gay until inauguration
    Rumor: After majoring in lesbianism at Wellesley, Hillary entered into a sham marriage with Bill Clinton to cover up the truth. At one point, a former classmatemoved to Little Rock to continue an affair with Hillary.
    Rumormonger: Edward Klein, author of The Truth About Hillary: What She Knew, When She Knew It, and How Far She’ll Go to Become President
    Bisexual after inauguration
    Rumor: Bill confided that his wife was a bisexual who, as she put it, “had eaten more pussy than he had.”
    Rumormonger: Former Clinton mistress Gennifer Flowers, in a 2013 interview with the Daily Mail
    Webb of lies
    Rumor: Associate attorney general Webb Hubbell was really Chelsea’s father. (And Vince Foster was possibly killed because he knew.)
    Rumormonger: This guy on the Internet who keeps emailing me and every other DC journalist.
    Bermuda shorts
    Rumor: Forget Webb Hubbell. Chelsea was conceived when Bill forced himself on Hillary during a vacation in Bermuda.
    Rumormonger: Klein, keeping it classy.
    Rumor: Hillary looked the other way when then-Gov. Bill Clinton used Arkansas state troopers to set up sexual liaisons with dozens—maybe hundreds—of women.
    Rumormonger: Former right-wing operative-turned-Media Matters honcho David Brock, who later wrote in his book, Blinded by the Right, that “none of the trooper allegations that could be independently checked turned out to be true.”
    Bill’s black love child
    Rumor: Bill fathered a son after after luring a prostitute into a cocaine-fueled orgy. Hillary dutifully covered it up.
    Rumormongers: Little Rock businessman Robert McIntosh circulated a flier noting the resemblance between 13-year-old Danny Williams and a young William Jefferson Blythe during the 1992 campaign. A 1999 Drudge Report exclusive featured Williams’ mother’s on-tape confession. “What becomes immediately obvious to the viewer watching the videotaped confession is that this is clearly not gossip, rumor, or anonymous charges being maliciously directed at a politician,” wrote Drudge, before learning three days later that the child was not Clinton’s.
    Come all ye faithful
    Rumor: As first lady, Hillary decorated the White House Christmas tree with condoms, cock rings, and lords-a-leapin’ with erect penises.
    Rumormongers: Disgruntled former FBI agent Gary Aldrich, in his 1996 tell-all,Unlimited Access; and Texas activist “Doc Marquis,” who seized on Aldrich’s claims as “proof positive that Hillary Clinton is a power, practicing witch.”
    Sexual pagan
    Rumor: No, it’s not the name of my new metal band—it’s Hillary Clinton’s orientation.
    Rumormonger: Southern Evangelical Seminary president Richard Land, wholeveled the charge in response to the secretary of state’s advocacy for gay rights in Africa.



    Powder hungry
    Rumor: When Bill was governor, the Clintons covered up a multimillion-dollar cocaine smuggling ring based in Mena, Arkansas.
    Rumormonger: The Clinton Chronicles (below), a 1994 pseudo-documentary distributed by the Reverend Jerry Falwell
    Boys on the tracks
    Rumor: Seventeen-year-olds Kevin Ives and Don Henry weren’t hit by a train after passing out on an Arkansas railroad track; they were brutally murdered after witnessing a Clinton-assisted drug drop.
    Rumormongers: Former Rep. William Dannemeyer (R-Calif.) and The Clinton Chronicles



    Four martini punch
    Rumor: Reporter LJ Davis didn’t, as he claimed, pass out on his floor after drinking one too many martinis—he was assaulted in his Arkansas hotel room in 1994 by Clinton goons and robbed of four “significant” pages from his notebook. His crime: Asking too many questions about Clinton’s work at a Little Rock law firm.
    Rumormongers: The Wall Street Journal editorial page, which cited the incident as evidence that Arkansas is a “congenitally violent place,” and Rush Limbaugh, whotold his listeners, “journalists and others working on or involved in Whitewatergate have been mysteriously beaten and harassed in Little Rock; some have died.”
    PC police
    Rumor: As first lady, Clinton formed her own clandestine police force. Agents embedded in the FBI, the CIA, and the IRS harassed and eliminated critics.
    Rumormongers: Richard Poe, author of Hillary’s Secret War, and American Evitaauthor Christopher Andersen
    Con air
    Rumor: Hillary purged the White House Travel Office in order to set up a system of kickbacks for an Arkansas airline helmed by a childhood friend of Bill’s.
    Rumormongers: Brock and current Virginia congressional candidate Barbara Comstock
    Red, not blue
    Rumor: A “meticulously documented” report exposed the Clintons’ links to a Marxist terrorist plot to take over the country, inspired by the Italian communist and grad-student favorite Antonio Gramsci. Exhibit A: Hillary’s failed health care reform plan.
    Rumormonger: WorldNetDaily columnist Samuel Blumenfeld
    Rumor: Classified FBI files were requested and misused by first lady Hillary Clinton to target enemies of the administration. White House Office of Personnel Security Craig Livingstone took the fall when Republican investigators caught wind.
    Rumormonger: Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), who demanded FBI files be swiped for the first lady’s fingerprints.
    Brazilian whacks
    Rumor: The Clintons forced former Hillary donor Peter Paul to spend two years in a Brazilian prison—including two months in a cellblock known as the “Corridor of Death”—after he filed a lawsuit against the couple claiming they knew about his illegal campaign finance dealings.
    Rumormonger: Paul, in the 2007 pseudo-documentary Hillary Uncensored
    Black helicopters
    Rumor: Team Hillary used helicopters to surveil the Southampton home of 2006 Republican Senate challenger—and current Fox News contributor—K.T. McFarland.
    Rumormonger: McFarland, at a campaign event on Long Island
    Rush to judgment
    Rumor: Rush Limbaugh’s 2006 drug bust for painkillers possession was a set-up by the Clinton machine.
    Rumormonger: Poe again

    Dressed to kill in 1993 AP Photo/James Finley


    Muslim Sisterhood
    Rumor: Clinton and top aide/alleged lover Huma Abedin (wife of ex-Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.)) are in cahoots with the ladies’ auxiliary of the Muslim Brotherhood. Which explains why Clinton has been secretly pushing us to spread Sharia law in America.
    Rumormongers: “Huma’s mom is best friends with the new so-called first lady of Egypt, who is also a member of the Sisterhood,” explained Rush Limbaugh. “Folks, it’s Peyton place—it’s too much to keep up with.” Rep. Michele Bachmann’sallegations of collaboration between Clinton and the Brotherhood was cited by protesters in the streets of Cairo.
    Mullah moolah
    Rumor: Clinton’s Islamofascist sympathies were secured with a bribe from Iran.
    Rumormonger: Judicial Watch founder Larry Klayman, who conscientiously adds, “I cannot prove it at this time.”
    Ban on churches
    Rumor: Clinton was working with Islamists to shut down Christian houses of worship in the United States before she left office in 2013.
    Rumormonger: Conservative speaker and self-described “former terrorist” Kamal Saleem

    Hillary Clinton with fellow Muslim sympathizer Barack Obama in Cairo, 2009. AP Photo/Gerald Herbert


    Rumor: Like most of the Washington elite, Hillary is in fact a blood-drinking extraterrestrial lizard in disguise.
    Rumormonger: “Reptoid hypothesis” creator David Icke
    Everything is Illuminati’ed
    Rumor: Wake up, sheeple. The Clintons belong to an 18th-century secret society that controls global governance and finance.
    Rumormongers: Lots of crazy people on YouTube
    Contra dancing
    Rumor: In the 1970s, Hillary worked at a Little Rock law firm that helped funnel weapons to the Contras.
    Rumormonger: The late Nation columnist Alexander Cockburn
    Blood money
    Rumor: The Clintons consented to the harvesting and selling of HIV- and hepatitis C-positive blood from prison inmates to China in the 1980s.
    Rumormongers: Klein and WorldNetDaily conspiracy guru Joseph Farah
    Starr crossed
    Rumor: Why did the Clintons enjoy impunity for their myriad crimes? Easy: Ken Starr, the man tasked with investigating them, was a secret Clinton crony.
    Rumormonger: Poe again
    Get behind me, thetan
    Rumor: Why did the did the movie version of Primary Colors, in which John Travolta plays a thinly-veiled Bill Clinton, go so easy on the first couple? Maybe because President Clinton pressured the German government to extend religious protections to the Church of Scientology.
    Rumormonger: The New York Post reported that Sen. Lauch Faircloth (R-N.C.) demanded an investigation into the matter; Faircloth denied this.
    It’s a tax!
    Rumor: As secretary of state, Hillary Clinton was pushing a secret United Nations takeover of the Internet, to be paid for by a secret tax on American billionaires.
    Rumormonger: Former Clinton aide Dick Morris
    Goo goo for Gaga: Clinton’s State Department betrayed its true function as an “agent for Lady Gaga” when it helped the “Bad Romance” singer secure a gig at a gay pride event in Italy.
    Rumormonger: Mission: America founder Linda Harvey



    Face the nation
    Rumor: Clinton got a face-lift after leaving the State Department to “glam up” for 2016.
    Rumormonger: Fox and Friends’ Steve Doocy, who tweeted afterwards that he was referring only to Clinton’s website.
    Hey sole sister
    Rumor: Clinton hired a mentally ill woman to throw a sneaker at her while giving a speech to the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries in Las Vegas in April.
    Rumormongers: Limbaugh and former Republican presidential front runnerHerman Cain
    Hill’s angels
    Rumor: Hillary is a tool of the Dark Lord Lucifer sent to oppose Jesus Christ in the Last Days.
    Rumormonger: Montana Republican congressional candidate Ryan Zinke, who called Clinton the “anti-Christ” at a January campaign event.
    It takes a child
    Rumor: Chelsea Clinton became pregnant at the behest of her parents, who believe that the former secretary of state will be viewed more favorably if she has grandkids.
    Rumormongers: Fox News host Howie Kurtz, the Washington Free Beacon‘sMichael Goldfarb, and the New York TimesAndrew Ross Sorkin.
    Vanity press
    Rumor: The Clintons arranged for Vanity Fair to publish Monica Lewinsky’s recent essay two-and-a-half years before the next presidential election, so it would be forgotten by 2016.
    Rumormonger: Prolific children’s author Lynne Cheney, who asked Bill O’Reilly, “Would Vanity Fair publish anything about Monica Lewinsky that Hillary Clinton wouldn’t want in Vanity Fair?” (Yes.)

    Filed under: Donald Trump, Entertainment, Hillary Clinton, International, Not In The News, Politicians | Posted on October 10th, 2016 by DSource4U | No Comments »

    Donald Trump… Womanizer for President!

    Filed under: Abuse, Donald Trump, In The News, Internet, Political, Politicians, The Truth, Videos, YouTube | Posted on October 10th, 2016 by DSource4U | No Comments »

    A Fundamental Misunderstanding in the Black Community

    D-Source 10/10/2016

    I am Black/African American. It appears that there is a fundamental disagreement between myself and many Black People on what the core problems within the Black Community are. Many view the problem as Racism and I view the core problems as our own Poor Morality, Misplaced Values and Poor Ethical Behavior, which gets me in a lot of trouble. However, I am the type to call it the way I see it. While there are certainly Systemic Racial problems in this nation that result in unequal justice, disproportionate poverty, poor schools, Racial Profiling, Mass Incarceration and other problems that create barriers for Black People to succeed; In my humble opinion, Racism is not the core of the majority of the misery Black People experience in the US.

    Our moral fabric in this nation, including the Black Community, is weak; therefore, everything we build upon it is weak and crumbling. And now, we need to fix that foundation. However, it is very difficult to fix a foundation while it has a building sitting on it. It will take a lot of work and everyone will have to take their share of the responsibility for the situations we find ourselves in, these days.

    The fundamental solution to the overwhelming majority of the misery that Black People in particular suffer, in my humble opinion, based on the years of research, studies, surveys and the documented success our organization, Unlimited Education, has had in turning whole communities around, I believe that Morals, Values and Ethics Education is the core problem and the core solution to most every social and economic challenge we face in the entire world, especially in the Black Community.

    In my view, the problem is as follows:

    A young man, whose morality is weak, decides to stick his ‘Pecker’ where ever he wants and a young girl, whose morality is also weak, decides to open her legs for him. Then, she becomes pregnant and he runs the opposite direction. She is forced to put her plans to go to College on hold and then makes the immoral decision to move a Drug Dealer into her home, because she needs financial help and because his Bad Boy persona is kind of hot. Now, her son is being mentored by a Drug Dealer. Her new boyfriend begins selling drugs out of the house and then goes to Prison for it. She loses her son, for a while, but manages to get him back.

    But, now, the son, who has spent his life being mentored and reared by a Drug Dealer and various temporary parents in the Foster Care System, grows up angry and takes on the morality of his parents, who have taught him that he is oppressed, the system is against him, that this is a racist society. So, this young man, who is now a teenager, sees no hope. He sees no point in going to college, getting a job or trying to work within the system, which he views as the enemy.

    So, he joins a gang and begins selling mind numbing drugs to the other black people in his community, perpetuating the madness in his own people. He sells to the pregnant girl, who morally, shouldn’t have opened her legs to some jerk and ends up birthing a crack baby; he sells to the guy with 6 kids, who, morally, he shouldn’t have created, because he is an unfit father. Now he becomes an addict and can’t pay his child support. And then, because someone was selling drugs on this young man’s corner, he makes the immoral decision to improve his street cred by killing his Black Brother and one stray bullet accidentally hits a young girl playing Hop Scotch, ending her life. So, her parents are beside themselves with grief and so is her angry older brother, who decides to get revenge. So now, this murdering teen goes to Prison, as his mother is financially devastated trying to pay an Attorney to keep him out of prison, and he becomes a daddy while in Prison, because he had sex with a crack head for a rock, who ends up pregnant.

    The guy he killed has kids who will grow up without a father, his girl friend, now has to make ends meet, alone. His brothers and sisters and parents are beside themselves with grief and his dad ends up turning to the bottle and becomes an alcoholic, out of pain and grief. He loses his job, there is a divorce and their home gets foreclosed on. The property values go down in the neighborhood because of the gang violence and drugs, so the wealth of the community takes a nose dive. Mrs. Johnson can’t refinance her house and fix the raggedy back porch and Mr. Jones wants to move, but can’t sell his house.

    White People, who want to help, see the solution as locking up all the Drug Dealers and ‘Gang Bangers’, which, on the surface, sounds perfectly reasonable. But the result is Racial Profiling and Mass Incarceration. The Mayor, Police Chief, the City Councilman and even the Senator for this Black Community should all be Black, but they are all White, because the Black People in this community have been taught their votes don’t count and the system is rigged and racist and against them, so they don’t participate in the political system. So, they get angry and burn down their neighborhood to protest the recent Police Brutality that resulted from the Police Department being run by people who don’t understand the community.

    Now, the elderly lady on the corner can’t get her prescriptions filled unless she can get all the way across town, because they burned down the Drug Store. Sally, with the three kids, use to work there and now she’s unemployed. She has to go on Welfare and get Food Stamps. The kid’s father is locked up.

    I could go on and on and on….

    This is the type of dysfunction that perpetuates the misery exponentially throughout the Black Community. The results are self genocide to the tune of 4 to 6,000 Black Men killed by Black Men, unproductivity, lost wages, severe property damage, mind damage, poverty, teen pregnancy, fatherless children, crime, violence, drugs, low property values and run down communities, poor education, grief, pain and suffering on a massive scale. All self perpetuated. And Racism is at the core of none of this.

    Now, one can argue that this all stems from the social and economic conditions that result from hundreds of years of social engineering, brainwashing and oppression and blah, blah, blah…. Yes, I get it. We have studied it all. But in the end, we have to take responsibility for our own bad behaviors, today. What was done to us in the past, is no excuse for the bad behaviors we engage in, today. And White People/Caucasians can’t fix it. We have to take responsibility and fix it ourselves. Their solution is to simply lock up the bad guys. But we see how that solution has worked. It has simply perpetuated more problems.

    So, we can continue to finger point at a systematically racist system; but the overwhelming majority of the misery Black People suffer, is of our own doing….

    D-Source (Philosophy)

    Filed under: Authors, D-Source, Let's Change the WORLD Movement, Not In The News, Race, Racism, The Truth, Unlimited Education | Posted on October 10th, 2016 by DSource4U | No Comments »

    Obama Speaks to the Congressional Black Caucus…

    Filed under: Elections, Inspiration, Justice/Injustice, Mass Incarceration, Politics, President Obama, Race & Politics, Videos, YouTube | Posted on September 19th, 2016 by DSource4U | No Comments »

    Make America Great Again… Donald Trump

    D-Source 09/04/2016

    Am I the only one who is irritated by Trump’s Campaign Slogan: “Let’s Make America Great Again..”?

    Before reading this, I want to point out that I love this country! I am a loyal American who wouldn’t want to live in any other country in the world. There are, without a doubt, a lot of great things about this nation, today and we have a long way to go. But I look at how far we have come, as evidence of how far we can go. And my motto, adopted from my old Jr. High School Slogan is “Forward, Ever; Backward, never. However, Mr. Trump seems interested in taking us back….

    And as he courts Black People and Hispanic People, he should recognize that this slogan represents a return to a glorious time in American History for Caucasians, that was far from glorious for anyone else.

    What great American time does he speak of? The time the Native Americans were slaughtered and their land was systematically taken away from them? The time Black People were slaves or Serfs or the time we were being hung from random trees or the time we were being hosed down in the streets and dogs were being sicked on us and we were not allowed to vote or eat at certain places or maybe that time during the 60’s and 70’s when our kids attended segregated schools and we weren’t allowed to live where we wanted and were discriminated against in housing and financing and so on? Was it that great time when we rounded up all the Japanese Americans and put them in camps, the way the Nazi’s did the Jewish People?

    You see, when he says he wants America to return to one of these great times in American History; I don’t get excited; I cringe and get worried and a little angry, even. Especially when he follows up this slogan with talk about banning entire groups of people, based on their religion, all while touting the Constitution, which clearly supports Freedom of Religion. And he has talked about rounding up Hispanics and shipping them out like old Nazi Germany, but, now, wants us to forget he ever said it.

    So, he and his core supporters wonder why the polls show that his support among every group in America other than Older, Non-College Educated, White People, is in the single digits… We want to keep moving forward to a better kind of Greatness and are not interested in going back to that old kind of Greatness.


    Filed under: Civil Unrest/War, D-Source, Donald Trump, Elections, Not In The News, Politics, Politics, Race & Politics | Posted on September 4th, 2016 by DSource4U | No Comments »

    ‘Let’s Change the WORLD’ Talk Radio…




    You and your spouse have a car accident. You survive, but your spouse doesn’t. You get charged with murdering the person you love most. The evidence gets mishandled, there’s Prosecutor Misconduct, Witnesses and Professionals change their testimonies and the entire small town turns against you. You go to Prison. What now? Who will tell your story and who will listen? Who will help you?

    Part I told the story; but now we will highlight the improprieties and we tri those who committed them in the Superior Court of Public Opinion. In addition to Mr. Wlasiuk, those on trial also include:

    Judge Howard Sullivan; Judge Martin Smith; Judge Joseph Cawley; Prosecutor Joseph McBride; Lead Investigator James Lloyd’ Joyce Worden; Defense Attorney Frederick Neroni; Sheriff Deputy C.T. Ellingsen; Dr. Terzian and Sheriff Deputy Richard Cobb…

    Join us on Sunday, September 11th, at 6:00 PM, by clicking this link or dial (818) 739-8909 to listen by phone, from anywhere. Please share…

    Filed under: Justice/Injustice, Let's Change the WORLD Movement, Mass Incarceration, Mass Incarceration, Not In The News, Photography, Politics | Posted on August 28th, 2016 by DSource4U | 4 Comments »

    What the Hell…?!

    D-Source 08/12/2016



    I was using a public restroom and just as I began to piss, a voice from the next stall said, “Hi! How are you?” Embarrassed… I said, “I’m aight!!” The voice said, “So what are you up to?” I said, “Just doing the same as you, …I guess!” Then I hear, “Can I come over?” Annoyed… I said “Yoo, what the f*ck?!?!.” Then the voice said, “Listen, I will have to call you back, there’s an idiot in the next stall answering all my questions!”


    Filed under: Authors, Comedy, D-Source, Entertainment, International, Technology, The "Let's Change the WORLD" Movement | Posted on August 12th, 2016 by DSource4U | No Comments »

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