Trump Has Changed the Face America Presents to the World

WASHINGTON — For two decades, the United States presented an official face to the world that reflected the power and promise of a land of immigrants.

Madeleine K. Albright, Czech-born and the first woman to become secretary of state, arrived at Ellis Island in 1948. Colin L. Powell, the first Black man to be this country’s chief diplomat, is the son of Jamaican immigrants. Condoleezza Rice, President George W. Bush’s second secretary of state, grew up in segregated Alabama.

When Hillary…

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