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American History: Trump and Brooklyn Accent

american history: I know where I came from, Sanders boomed in his unmistakable Brooklyn accent, according to CTV. And that is something I will never forget. My experience as a child, living in a family that struggled economically, powerfully influenced my life and my values. The Democrats in the 2020 race have taken varied approaches to Trump, with some avoiding saying his name entirely, while others make implicit critiques of his presidency. The Vermont senator positioned himself in opposition to Trump administration policies from immigration to climate change. Sanders has never shied from jabbing Trump in stark terms, and during his speech at Brooklyn College, he called Trump the most dangerous president in modern American history and said the president wants to divide us up. ( As reported in the news.