Trump’s Allies Are Planning An Anti-racism Overhaul To Protect White People: Report

According to a report, if Donald Trump is re-elected in November, his close allies are pushing for a revamp of anti-racism protections to prioritize the protection of white people over people of color. Axios reports that Trump’s circle wants to change the government’s interpretation of Civil Rights-era legislation to focus on combating “anti-white racism.” Additionally, a new Trump administration would aim to end or transform anti-racism programs in both the government and private sector that currently address racism that benefits white individuals. This proposed overhaul would impact longstanding policies as well as initiatives created in response to the killing of George Floyd. Steven Cheung, a spokesperson for the Trump campaign, stated, “As President Trump has said, all staff, offices, and initiatives connected to Biden’s un-American policy will be immediately terminated.” He further emphasized Trump’s commitment to eliminating discriminatory programs and racist ideologies throughout the federal government.

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