Jean Guerrero is an opinion columnist at the Los Angeles Times. Her writing has been featured in Vanity Fair, Politico, the Nation, Wired, the New York Times, the Washington Post and “Best American Essays 2019,” and she has contributed to NPR, “PBS NewsHour” and more. She started her career as a commodities correspondent in Mexico City for the Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones Newswires. She is the author, most recently, of “Hatemonger: Stephen Miller, Donald Trump and the White Nationalist Agenda.” Her first book, “Crux: A Cross-Border Memoir,” won a PEN Literary Award. A native of San Diego, she is a graduate of USC’s journalism school and has a master of fine arts in nonfiction from Goucher College. Twitter: @jeanguerre
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Blake Masters is a Trojan horse in a MAGA hat, advancing the agenda of tech billionaire Peter Thiel at the expense of almost everyone else.
El movimiento Trump manchó este símbolo con fanatismo, pero podemos recuperarlo.
The Trump movement tainted this symbol with bigotry, but we can take it back.
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Fox News host Tucker Carlson has helped popularize ‘replacement’ theory — an idea that allegedly motivated the gunman in the mass shooting in Buffalo.