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It's a reference to Donald Trump.
Gotcha. No, the President isn’t a person of color
he's orange. Orange is a color.
People of color is meant to refer to minorities, he isn’t a minority
Depends on what you mean by the word minority. If you mean "small number" then president is a minority since there's only one at a time. And no. Person of color means skin color. It always has.
Dictonary: nounnoun: person of colour; plural noun: persons of colour; plural noun: people of colour; noun: person of color; plural noun: persons of color; plural noun: people of color "a person who is not white or of European parentage."Where does it say minority? oh right.
The President isn’t a minority. He’s not a person of color. Why is this so hard to understand? President Obama was a person of color.
That phrase in multiple dictionaries refers to describe any person who is not European American or white. Why are words and phrases hard to understand? Why are multiple dictionaries hard to understand?The president is NOT a person in a "majority." The president is orange. Orange is a color.
Oh I get it. You define what words mean. You get to make up your own definitions. Dictionaries are inherently wrong and your meanings to words are the correct ones.Neat.
Thank you for coming around and agreeing with me