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Academics Declare Trump Worst Modern-era President for ‘Diversity and Inclusion’

Academics Declare Trump Worst Modern-era President for ‘Diversity and Inclusion’

“seven places below President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who placed Japanese-Americans in internment camps”

There’s probably nothing Trump could ever do or say to win the favor of this crowd.

Campus Reform reports:

Scholars declare Trump worst modern-era president for ‘diversity,’ ‘overall leadership’

Northwestern University’s Center for Diversity and Democracy recently published a poll that lists President Donald Trump as the worst “diversity and inclusion” president in the modern era, seven places below President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who placed Japanese-Americans in internment camps during World War II.

The poll gathered results from 113 academic researchers around the country and oversampled professors from The Princeton Review’s “Top-20 Most Conservative” colleges. Those colleges included Baylor University, Wheaton College, and Texas Christian University.

Northwestern University asked the 113 scholars to rank modern-era presidents based on how well they used their executive power to “protect the constitutional rights of” racial and ethnic minorities, LGBT Americans, and women, how well they used “inclusive rhetoric, and how well they included minorities in their administration.

The academics then gave presidents a score of 0-100 in the categories “overall leadership ability” and “rhetoric on diversity and inclusion.”

President Franklin D. Roosevelt received the highest “overall leadership” score (83) while President Barack Obama received the highest “diversity and inclusion” score (75).

President Trump received the lowest scores in both “overall leadership” and “diversity and inclusion.”

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healthguyfsu | June 21, 2019 at 10:56 am

Sounds like a feather in the cap to me!

When will people learn that the Constitution protects only individual rights and not the “rights” of any collection of people who self-identify as a special group requiring special protection and even preference?

Promoting individual rights and freedom, rolling back some of the nonsense.

This poll is doing a survey of cats and finding out they don’t like dogs. Big surprise.

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