He’s stopped talking about how we need to assimilate more and started objecting to portraying us as “perpetual foreigners,” but he’s kept using his identity as a political prop.
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The former presidential candidate and New York City mayoral candidate lists his favorite billionaires, refuses to take a stance on apartheid, and more in his interview with Ziwe.
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