Anti-migrant abuse rises following election of Trump

Migrants and minorities in parts of the US say that since the election of President Donald Trump, attitudes towards them have changed. Intolerance and hate speech towards them has increased, they say.

    Migrants and minorities in parts of the US say that since the election of President Donald Trump, attitudes towards them have changed.

    Intolerance and hate speech towards them has increased, they say.

    Al Jazeera's Andy Gallacher reports from Iowa, where some immigrants now live in fear.


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