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One may think that as the Asian American population becomes larger and more integrated into the mainstream American social and political institutions that incidents of anti-Asian racism would occur less often.The last 20 years or so has seen Asian Americans become the fastest-growing targets for hate crimes and violence.Maybe it's gross enough to be a wake-up call, and we should spread the video?
During last night’s rally in Phoenix, Arizona, President Donald Trump further fanned the flames of intolerance and divisiveness—-flames that he has stoked and encouraged throughout his candidacy and presidency.Accompanied by individuals such as Ben Carson, the only black member of his Cabinet, and Alveda King, Martin Luther King’s niece, he appeared to try to offer an image of multi-racialism.Contradicting his own efforts at visual diversity, he deliberately mischaracterized his responses to white supremacist, Neo-Nazi demonstrations in Charlottesville, Virginia by omitting his repeated reference to “many sides” as responsible for the violence."We had an unbelievable connection as two humans who just admire things about each other, and see something in each other that’s beautiful.She’s amazing." Check out the clip above to see Kate squirm when she's talking about the rumors -- plus, see her get a big scare!