But things change. And in an age of creeping political anxiety, tables can turn. Donald Trump takes up residence in the White House this week. To his critics, the new U.S. president has already created an atmosphere of fear and tension within the country. Kenneth Roth, executive director of Human Rights Watch, recently wrote that Trump's “successful campaign for the U.S. presidency was a vivid illustration of this politics of intolerance.
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