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Scottish First Minister Sturgeon Says to Put Pressure on Donald Trump

Scottish First Minister Sturgeon Says to Put Pressure on Donald Trump
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon at the #StopTrident rally at Trafalgar Square on Saturday 27th February 2016. Credit: Garry Knight from London, England / CC0

In an interview with Hits Radio Network on Friday morning, Nicola Sturgeon was asked to give her opinion on the current situation in the United States. Asked whether she believed, Trump was racist, Sturgeon responded that "sometimes it's hard not to conclude that," but added that she couldn't see inside his head. Though she deems it important to put pressure on Donald Trump and America, she urges to also "not forget that we have our own houses to put in order as well". Sturgeon is serving as the fifth First Minister of Scotland in and adds that "a parliament that is still in its 21 years of existence had too few people elected to it from our ethnic minority communities, it’s never had an ethnic minority woman elected to it."

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