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Congresswoman Deb Haaland (D-NM) made history when, earlier this year, she became one of the first Native American representatives elected to the United States Congress.

But Haland's work had only begun from there. Since her election, she's been serving on the Committee for Armed Services and the Committee for Natural Resources.

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President Donald Trump is, once again, using his Twitter platform to insinuate that Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D-MN) hates Americans.

Omar is one of Trump's favorite targets for Twitter tirades. He's previously tweeted that she "hate[s] Israel and all Jewish people," falsely claimed that she dismissed the September 11 attacks, and told her to "go back" to her country—prompting his supporters to chant "send her back" at a campaign rally shortly after.

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Judge Jeanine Pirro's racist rhetoric caught up to her in a recent Washington Journal appearance on C-SPAN when a man from Texas—who at first appeared to be a supporter of President Donald Trump—ended up taking her, Trump, and the Republican party to task for their anti-immigrant rhetoric and their utter hostility toward Latinx people in general.

The man—who did not give his name—skewered Pirro for her "anti-people with brown skin" rhetoric. Pirro only grimaced as he told her that stances like hers motivated the racist who murdered 22 people in El Paso last month to stop the "Hispanic invasion of Texas."

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Former Senate candidate Don Grundmann and his group, the National Straight Pride Coalition (NSPC), announced last month intentions to hold a straight pride rally in its home town of Modesto, California.

Despite the NSPC's website claiming to celebrate the "inherent superiority" of whiteness and heterosexuality, Grundmann insisted its members aren't racist.

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WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 20: U.S. President Donald Trump walks toward journalists as he departs the White House for a campaign rally in Pennsylvania May 20, 2019 in Washington, DC. On his way to Montoursville, Pennsylvania, Trump said that Iran does not currently pose a direct threat to the United States. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

As the United States reels from multiple mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio resulting in 31 dead Americans, various outlets are grappling with how best to cover such horrific developments.

In the case of El Paso, the shooter was radicalized by white supremacists on the social network 8chan. His manifesto uses similar rhetoric to that used by President Donald Trump, like referring to Mexican immigration as an "invasion."

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On Saturday, a White nationalist domestic terrorist drove hours from his home in Allen, Texas to the border city of El Paso, Texas and opened fire on shoppers at a Walmart located at the Cielo Vista Mall. The mall—only 5 miles from the border—is popular with Mexican shoppers on tourist visas.

According to police, the gunman—who legally open carried a gun similar to an AK-47 and several magazines—was taken into custody without incident or any officers firing their weapons. In a statement, El Paso Police Department said the domestic terrorist admitted his motive was to "kill as many Mexicans as possible."

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President Donald Trump still can't stop talking about Baltimore or lodging personal attacks against Congressman and civil rights activist Elijah Cummings (D-MD), who represents the city.

Reports emerged on Thursday night that Cummings's home had been broken into on Saturday, hours before Trump began his original tweets calling Baltimore a "rat and rodent infested mess" where "no human being would want to live," and before he called Cummings a "brutal bully" and a "racist."

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