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  2. Social media use by Donald Trump - Wikipedia

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    Once a prolific user, Donald Trump has been blocked from posting new content to Facebook and Instagram since January 6, 2021. That day, amid a riot at the Capitol while Congress was counting the electoral votes, Trump posted a short video. Facebook removed it and blocked Trump's ability to post new content to both platforms.

  3. Donald Trump in popular culture - Wikipedia

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    Donald Trump, along with the Trump Tower, is depicted in the 1986 novel I'll Take Manhattan. Trump himself appears in the 1987 miniseries adaptation. A parody of Trump is the main villain in the 1992 The Destroyer novel Ghost in the Machine. The erotic novel Trump Tower (2011) includes Trump as a character.

  4. 2021 United States Capitol attack - Wikipedia

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    After completing his speech, Trump went back to the White House on the presidential motorcade, arriving at 1:19 p.m. At some point afterward, Trump went to the Oval Office and started watching news coverage of the attack. Attack on the Capitol. During his January 6 speech, Trump called upon supporters to walk to the Capitol.

  5. Pamela Geller - Wikipedia

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    Pamela Geller. Pamela Geller (born 1958) is an American anti-Muslim, far-right, political activist, blogger and commentator. Geller promoted birther conspiracy theories about President Barack Obama, saying that he was born in Kenya and that he is a Muslim. She has denied genocides where Muslims were victims, such as that of Albanians in Kosovo ...

  6. Xinjiang internment camps - Wikipedia

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    The Xinjiang internment camps, officially called vocational education and training centers (Chinese: 职业技能教育培训中心) by the government of China, and informally called Xinjiang concentration camps, are internment camps operated by the government of the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region and its Chinese Communist Party (CCP) provincial committee.

  7. Ayaan Hirsi Ali - Wikipedia

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    Ayaan Hirsi Ali ( / aɪˈjɑːn ˈhɪərsi ˈɑːli /; Dutch: [aːˈjaːn ˈɦiːrsi ˈaːli] ( listen); Somali: Ayaan Xirsi Cali: Ayān Ḥirsī 'Alī; born Ayaan Hirsi Magan, 13 November 1969) is a Somali -born Dutch - American activist, feminist, author, scholar and former politician. She received international attention as a critic of Islam ...

  8. Xenophobia and racism related to the COVID-19 pandemic ...

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    On 20 June 2020, in a speech in Tulsa, Oklahoma, former President of the United States Donald Trump used language widely considered racist when he referred to COVID-19 as "Kung Flu", a phrase White House staff Kellyanne Conway had previously described as "wrong", "highly offensive" and "very hurtful".

  9. Barack Obama "Joker" poster - Wikipedia

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    The Barack Obama "Joker" poster is a heavily manipulated and doctored image of former United States President Barack Obama, designed by Firas Alkhateeb in January 2009, that was adopted by some critics of the Obama administration and described as the most famous anti-Obama image.