Why is America so angry?
What has propelled the rise of the outspoken rabble-rousing billionaire, Donald Trump? I went to Bakersfield, a hardcore Republican enclave in the otherwise liberal state of California, to find out.
“If you go to the Mexican neighbourhoods where a lot of illegals are,” said David Rogers, a white IT expert who lives here, “they’re all dirty. I don’t want to hang around people that throw trash out on the street.”
Mr Rogers was born in Bakersfield in 1946, when it was a largely white town. Now, about half the population is Hispanic or black. Mr Rogers, like many of Mr Trump’s supporters I met here, believes crime levels and drug problems in his town are largely due to the influx of immigrants.
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