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GOP Governor: 'World’s Number One Bully' Donald Trump Must Resign | The Beat With Ari Melber | MSNBC

GOP Governor: ‘World’s Number One Bully’ Donald Trump Must Resign | The Beat With...

Former Republican Governor for New Jersey, Christine Todd Whitman, joins Ari Melber to discuss why she is calling for the resignation of President Trump. Whitman says she finds Trump and Giuliani’s argument that collusion is not a crime “extraordinarily offensive”…

It’s Time for the United States and Europe to Face the Politics of Cultural...

Cultural displacement, masquerading as economic and border security anxiety, is chipping away at societal cohesion on both sides of the Atlantic. There are, of course, many drivers of this divide, including economic anxiety about globalization, wage stagnation, and career displacement, along with a perceived loss of community values due to continuing immigration and a fear of immigrant crime and foreign terrorism, often driven by exaggerated claims about the threat. The result is that for many Americans, demographic change and immigration pose a direct challenge to established concepts of identity and pre-existing social hierarchies. In 2000, some 2 percent of Americans identified themselves as multiracial. By 2045, white Americans will no longer be the majority in the United States. Europe’s experience with identity—both at the national and supranational level—has been quite different: In many European Union countries, diversity is a newer issue than it is in the United States. What can the United States and European countries learn from each other’s experiences contending with these turbulent forces? Perhaps the core lesson is how many similarities there are in the populist and nativist messaging both sides of the Atlantic are facing, and thus in the shared challenge for those of us who oppose it. Of course, there is plenty the United States can do to get its own house in order. In addition to the Trump administration revamping its heartless policy prescriptions for asylum-seekers on the southern border, Trump himself must dial back his hostile rhetoric regarding immigrants, which provides powerful fuel for those who are already fearful.

It’s time for the United States and Europe to face the politics of cultural...

My experience as the senior Europe analyst in the U.S. intelligence community under the Obama administration and first few months of the Donald Trump presidency gave me a front-row seat to the early stages of major dysfunction and Trump’s hostility toward Euro-Atlantic institutions. Cultural displacement, masquerading as economic and border security anxiety, is chipping away at societal cohesion on both sides of the Atlantic. There are, of course, many drivers of this divide, including economic anxiety about globalization, wage stagnation, and career displacement, along with a perceived loss of community values due to continuing immigration and a fear of immigrant crime and foreign terrorism, often driven by exaggerated claims about the threat. In 2000, some 2 percent of Americans identified themselves as multiracial. By 2045, white Americans will no longer be the majority in the United States. Europe’s experience with identity—both at the national and supranational level—has been quite different: In many European Union countries, diversity is a newer issue than it is in the United States. While countries such as the United Kingdom, France, and the Netherlands have had significant histories as colonial powers and subsequent experience with robust immigration, most European countries are considered fairly new immigrant nations compared to the United States or Canada. What can the United States and European countries learn from each other’s experiences contending with these turbulent forces? Perhaps the core lesson is how many similarities there are in the populist and nativist messaging both sides of the Atlantic are facing, and thus in the shared challenge for those of us who oppose it. In addition to the Trump administration revamping its heartless policy prescriptions for asylum-seekers on the southern border, Trump himself must dial back his hostile rhetoric regarding immigrants, which provides powerful fuel for those who are already fearful.
Steve Says: Elitists disapprove of Trump's disrupt-orama

Steve Says: Elitists disapprove of Trump’s disrupt-orama

The world's political and media establishment focus on style, not substance, during Trump's Europe trip. FOX News Channel (FNC) is a 24-hour all-encompassing news service dedicated to delivering breaking news as well as political and business news. The number one…
Nuland: Vladimir Putin Heads To Donald Trump Meeting With Lots Of Wants | Rachel Maddow | MSNBC

Nuland: Vladimir Putin Heads To Donald Trump Meeting With Lots Of Wants | Rachel...

Victoria Nuland, former NATO ambassador and undersecretary of State for European and Eurasian affairs, talks with Rachel Maddow about the importance of NATO and what Vladimir Putin is likely to try to get out of Donald Trump when they meet…
President Trump: I'm A Very Stable Genius. European Allies: Umm, Really? | The 11th Hour | MSNBC

President Trump: I’m A Very Stable Genius. European Allies: Umm, Really? | The 11th...

During his summit with allies, sources tell NBC News Pres. Trump all but threatened to pull out of NATO. During the same summit, Trump also told reporters he's a 'very stable genius.' Our panel reacts. » Subscribe to MSNBC: http://on.msnbc.com/SubscribeTomsnbc…
Was John Kelly Really Just Hangry At NATO Breakfast? | All In | MSNBC

Was John Kelly Really Just Hangry At NATO Breakfast? | All In | MSNBC

John Kelly looked uncomfortable as President Trump spoke at a breakfast meeting for the NATO summit in Brussels this week - but according to the White House, he was just hangry. » Subscribe to MSNBC: http://on.msnbc.com/SubscribeTomsnbc About: MSNBC is the…
Trump: Putin's not my enemy, he's a competitor

Trump: Putin’s not my enemy, he’s a competitor

Speaking to the press at NATO ahead of his meeting with Russia, the president says hopefully someday Putin will be a friend. FOX News Channel (FNC) is a 24-hour all-encompassing news service dedicated to delivering breaking news as well as…
Kellyanne Conway reacts to Trump’s surprise NATO presser

Kellyanne Conway reacts to Trump’s surprise NATO presser

Counselor to the president speaks out on progress made at NATO and the upcoming meeting with Putin. FOX News Channel (FNC) is a 24-hour all-encompassing news service dedicated to delivering breaking news as well as political and business news. The…
Trump at NATO: Tremendous progress has been made

Trump at NATO: Tremendous progress has been made

President says allied countries have agreed to up their financial commitment during a press conference in Brussels. FOX News Channel (FNC) is a 24-hour all-encompassing news service dedicated to delivering breaking news as well as political and business news. The…