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Sen. Cardin Questions Presidents Trumps Use Of The Term “Nationalist”

November 13th, 2018 by WCBC Radio

Donald Trump joined fellow world leaders in France this past weekend for a series of events to mark the century anniversary of the end of World War I, a global conflict catalyzed by nationalist mindsets in Europe that cost millions of lives.  At a ceremony on Sunday morning in Paris, French President Emmanuel Macron used the opportunity to decry the rising tide of exaggerated national pride currently washing over the continent—and elsewhere. At a Houston rally in late October ahead of the midterms, Trump himself called himself a “nationalist”- even as critics argued that the term is a nod to white supremacists.  U.S. Senator Ben Cardin, a Maryland Democrat, was among those questioning the President’s use of the term…

 

One Response to “Sen. Cardin Questions Presidents Trumps Use Of The Term “Nationalist””

  1. November 13, 2018 at 11:21 pm, jackblack said:

    NATIONAL BEER NATIONAL BEER YOULL LIKE THE TASTE OF NATIONAL BEER AND WHILE WERE TALKIN IM PROUD TO SAY ITS BREWED ON THE SHORES OF THE CHESAPEAKE BAY!—PICK THAT ONE APART BEN, THEN DO SOMETHIN GOOD FOR MARYLANDERS,THATS WHAT YOUR PAID TO DO!

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