What are your thoughts about President Trump’s divisive words relating to Haiti and Nigeria?

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Dana D. Gaines

20

Pre- Nursing

Sophomore

Hollandale, Mississippi

The people elected a clown and now they’re wondering why the United States is turning into a circus. It’s honestly ridiculous that he is allowed to say the things he says.

 

Jacy Mahor

19

History

Freshman

Pattison, Mississippi

While the President should use a more professional tone, the issue on the countries should be the main focus. We should not get lost on one word the President said and focus on how we can make immigration safe so the American people are safe.

 

Imaya Woodruff

18

Social Work

Freshman

Jackson, Mississippi

I think President Trump is a very rude man who doesn’t care about the people that he is presiding over. I feel that him being the President he should be more caring and not throw around hateful words that are degrading to the people he’s talking about. He has no filter and that is not a quality a president should have.

 


Jhakira Warner

18

Biology Pre- Nursing

Freshman

Monroe, Louisiana

Like always his comments are done in poor taste with no regards to others. I hope he finds the brain cells to actually think of a game plan. Especially since the United States needs some “renovations.”


Collette Charlton

20

Math and Computer Science

Junior

Portland, Jamaica

What President Trump said about Haiti and Nigeria was extremely disrespectful. If he has a vendetta against a particular Haitian or Nigerian he should keep it to himself and not generalize and put down the entire country.

Gabrielle Terrett is a Junior Broadcast/Mass Communications major from Vicksburg, Mississippi. She will be a contributor to The Campus Chronicle for the 2018-2019 academic year.

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