In his election campaign, President Trump was able to win support by playing on many Americans’ concerns over immigration. In a new report, Sophia Gaston and Joseph Uscinski argue that this rhetoric has opened up new space for immigration related conspiracy theories, with as many as 55 percent of Americans now believing that the government is concealing the true […]
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