Watch What Happens When A Group of Immigrants and Trump Supporters Talk It Out
Since Donald Trump’s inauguration, the western world has been more conflicted than ever over the leader of one of the most powerful countries in the world: America. With proven misogynistic views, controversial behaviour and a relentlessly inappropriate use of social media, many feel the election of Trump was a clear display of American bigotry still persistent among the electoral populace. With majority White American support, Trump has implemented the prejudicial Muslim Travel Ban, insisted on building a wall to keep out immigrants, aligned himself on social media with white supremacists and also supported Roy Moore, a candidate running for the Alabama State Senate, who spoke in favour of slavery.
A lot of people believe the fundamental disagreement between Trump supporters and non-supporters can be solved through discourse, that we can all come to a common understanding and start to see the others points of view — but can we?