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I especially favor the last paragraph. It's as if I could feel your passion towards the subject. I hold onto hope and motivation that different cultures and ethnic groups will unite and rise together, instead of the latter. Which could result in much violence and anger. With the previous Presidential election, it is adding a lot of turbulence to an already divided and seemingly unstable United States. I give the President-elect the benefit of the doubt and hopes he smartly chooses and adds beneficial individuals to "his team". As we are not a dictatorship, the President-elect does not get the only and final say, his team will guide him and get him out of sticky-ruts.
May I strive every day to unite and bond people from different backgrounds and cultures and ethnic groups.
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