On Friday, he named Charmaine Yoest, the architect of over 300 anti-abortion restrictions across the nation, to a top position in the Department of Health and Human Services.
Six days into his presidency, Trump signed executive actions directing the government to start planning for a wall at the Mexico border and find ways to punish cities that protect undocumented immigrants.
Eight days into his presidency, Trump signed an Executive Order banning the entry of nationals from seven majority-Muslim countries, including Iran, my father’s birthplace.
So many of the identities I hold, and those belonging to people I love, are now liabilities, targets painted on the backs of people this administration considers less than American.
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