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Donald Trump Jr. Shares, Then Deletes, a Tweet Questioning Kamala Harris’s Race

NYTimes.com Friday, 28 June 2019
But the original tweet that questioned the racial background of a presidential candidate of Indian and Jamaican descent had already gone far and wide.
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Donald Trump Jr. recently shared a tweet claiming Sen. Kamala Harris isn’t a black American. The tweet accuses Harris of “robbing American Blacks” because she is born from immigrant parents. According to Business Insider, her mother is an Indian immigrant and her father a Jamaican immigrant....

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