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Published On: Wed, Jan 31st, 2018

Trump endangering Americans over white supremacy stance, says Don

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From: Femi Oyelola, Kaduna

Prof. James Ibrahim, a Professor of Diplomatic History with Kaduna State University (KASU) said American President Donald Trump was endangering Americans with his white supremacy stance.
He said Trump’s racist and segregation policies was exposing the United State of America to civil war.
He stated this at the opening of a Breakfast Discourse tagged, “Donald Trump Dystopian Presidency” organized by History Department, KASU.
James, who was the chairman of the event, said that Trump had introduced the politics of hate through his racial segregationist policies that has completely divided the country.
He said: “The White House under Trump has completely turned white. This is very unfortunate for a country that champions the course of democracy and liberty.
“America is in the state of civil war with protests from every quarter of non white Americans, challenging Trump’s policies.”
Similarly, Head of the Department, Dr Terhemba Wuam, described Trump as a divisive figure, adding that with him as President, America had no hope for an utopian society but dystopian.
Wuam said that Trump had succeeded in dividing Americans along racial lines, adding that while the white Americans sees him as God’s sent, others hate him for promoting hate and racism.
According to Wuam, Trump is dangerous to America and to the World, because his policies are against global partnership to making the world a better place.
He advised Africa and other third world countries to look inward to champion the course of their development and not rely on America’s Trump.
Similarly, Dr Usman Mohammed of Political Science Department, KASU, also said that Trump has introduced the politics of hate in global democratic space.
Mohammed also described Trump as a dangerous element for a country of migrants such as America.

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