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In photos: UCLA study provides legal evidence of how Donald Trump discriminates against immigrants

Hundreds of messages from speeches and tweets by Trump were analyzed by UCLA students. They concluded the president's words are loaded with a clear anti-immigrant sentiment.
28 Dic 2017 – 11:35 AM EST
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The UCLA study is part of the document (amicus brief) that was filed December 22 in court as part of the legal struggle of 15 state attorneys in favor of restoring the federal program known as DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals). Crédito: Isaias Alvarado
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A group of 35 students analyzed 347 speeches (824,000 words) and more than 7,000 tweets by Donald Trump. Crédito: Isaias Alvarado
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Most of the adjectives that the president used to refer to immigrants were negative, the investigation found. Crédito: Isaias Alvarado
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Phrases like "we must stop the crime and killing machine that is illegal immigration" were analyzed by UCLA students. Crédito: Isaias Alvarado
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"We need to end illegal immigration, stop drugs, deport all criminals ..." part of a Tweet by Donald Trump analyzed in the study. Crédito: Isaias Alvarado
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Tweets as well as speeches made by the president in the presidential campaign and since his election were analyzed.
Crédito: Isaias Alvarado
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A group of university students in Los Angeles examined YouTube, Twitter and other platforms used by Donald Trump, from the start of the campaign in 2015 until the elimination of DACA in Sept 2017. The analysis concludes that thousands of words of the president are loaded with a clear anti-immigrant sentiment. Crédito: Isaias Alvarado
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