“Maybe Hate Is What We Need”: Part 3 of the Complete (and growing) Timeline of Trump Hatred.

A History of Donald Trump’s racism. There is so much in 2019, that Part 3 covers that.

Malcolm Johnson
99 min readDec 28, 2019


3 January 2019: Trump admin wants to send more troops to border to string concertina wire:⁠

The Department of Homeland Security has requested more U.S. troops to be deployed at the border to add 160 miles of concertina wire on top of existing border fencing, according to three U.S. officials.

If approved by Acting Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan, the addition of troops to enhance the fencing could extend the military’s current deployment at the border until the end of September, based on the rate of construction, according to two officials. The military mission, which began two months ago, was set to end on Jan. 31.

7 January 2019: Only six immigrants in terrorism database stopped by CBP at southern border in first half of 2018:⁠

U.S. Customs and Border Protection encountered only six immigrants at ports of entry on the U.S-Mexico border in the first half of fiscal year 2018 whose names were on a federal government list of known or suspected terrorists, according to CBP data provided to Congress in May 2018 and obtained by NBC News.

The low number contradicts statements by Trump administration officials, including White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, who said Friday that CBP stopped nearly 4,000 known or suspected terrorists from crossing the southern border in fiscal year 2018.

Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen told reporters on Monday the exact number, which NBC News is first to report, was classified but that she was working on making it public. The data was the latest set on this topic provided to Congress. It is possible that the data was updated since that time, but not provided to Congress.

10 January 2019: Republican Steve King wonders how “White Supremacist” and “White Nationalist” became offensive: