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Trump has fulfilled two promises, two are incomplete and one is broken

By Jacob Kahn-Samuelson Staff Writer When Donald Trump was running for president he said that he would do lots of things if elected president. This inspired me to look at the promises he made during his campaign to be president and if he followed through on his promises. Campaign Promise 1: “The Wall” The biggest promise made by Donald Trump was

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Artists oppose Trump

By Kai Lock Staff Writer On Nov. 8, 2016 our country elected a man who plans to build a wall between Mexico and the United States. That day half of our country wept in sorrow and half of the country celebrated in joy. People in the public eye began to use their position to help immigrants talk about the problems

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President Trump’s travel ban affects Bay Area high school students

By Jon Garvin Staff Writer Xenophobia and anti-immigrant rhetoric were themes in Donald Trump’s campaign, and they continue to be topics of discussion as his administration progresses. Early in his term, President Trump and his administration put in place a temporary travel ban. According to the White House, President Trump released a ban on Jan. 27 to block citizens from

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Journalists feel the effect of President Trump’s perception of libel

By Amanda Ramirez Staff Writer Donald Trump might take action on his negative views toward the media by “opening up libel laws” during his presidency. Many times throughout Mr. Trump’s campaign trail, the public has noticed his libel threats upon journalists. One example is from a Donald Trump rally in Fort Worth, Texas on Feb. 26, 2016, which gave insight

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How is Trump’s Cabinet going to influence government policy?

  By Andres McLean Staff Writer   President-elect Donald Trump is currently picking the members for his cabinet. Here’s what you need to know about that process:     What is a cabinet? A cabinet is a group of leaders who advise the president on various issues.   What are the three branches of the United States government? The executive branch

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PHOTO GALLERY: Summit Rainier students walkout to protest Trump

By Amanda Ramirez Staff Writer More than 150 students from Summit Rainier participated in a peaceful student walkout on Nov. 10 in response to the results of the presidential election. Students walked to voice their support for minority groups who might fear the next four years under Donald Trump’s presidency. Click here for a video piece on the walkout.

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