El equipo de Trump publica un video de inundaciones en Ciudad de México pensando que era Miami

Mientras el huracán Irma embestía Florida con toda su fuerza el domingo, el gerente de redes sociales del presidente Donald Trump, Dan Scavino Jr., mostraba que la administración permanecía bien atenta al fenómeno con la publicación de un video de la inundación en el aeropuerto internacional de Miami. El problema es…

El departamento de justicia felicita a Miami por cambiar su estatus de ciudad santuario

El condado de Miami-Dade ha logrado ser un ejemplo de cómo se debe cumplir con las demandas de un demagogo anti-inmigrante. La ciudad más grande del estado de Florida fue perseguida por el Departamento de Justicia, junto con otras ciudades que se identifican como ciudades santuario, después de que Trump asumiera la…

The Miami Femmes can't afford to strike today‚ÄĒso they're protesting ICE tonight

The so-called ‚Äúresistance‚ÄĚ to Donald Trump‚Äôs administration has been growing since the day of his inauguration, taking on anything from LGBTQ rights and immigration policy to health care, racial justice, prison reform, and imperialist foreign policy. In our Front Lines series, Fusion speaks to activists leading the‚Ķ

These Miami activists are fasting for 100 hours to challenge Trump's order on sanctuary cities

On January 25, Donald Trump signed an executive order to defund sanctuary cities that protect undocumented immigrants. The following day, Miami Mayor Carlos Gimenez, a Cuban refugee, became the first mayor in the country to officially and publicly comply with Trump’s divisive order. He even got a thank you tweet from…

This week in unusual presidential endorsements: A Trump employee, a Mormon and a Cuban walk into a polling place...

Every presidential election cycle brings about a few unlikely endorsements. But this cycle is, umm, unusual. And so there‚Äôs an unusual amount of endorsements you might not exactly expect. It seems like we get a batch of ‚Äôem‚ÄĒthe defectors, the ones who don‚Äôt usually pick candidates, and of course the growing ranks of‚Ķ

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