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For Burmese Americans, Trump Evokes Painful Past

When Phyu Phyu Hlaing looks at Donald Trump, she sees more than just the man she won’t vote for in November. For the Burmese American mother of two, the Republican presidential nominee brings up painful memories from her distant past. "Coming from a country like Burma, Donald Trump reminds me of a military-style leader," says Hlaing, who left her homeland, also known as Myanmar, in 1983 and watched it deteriorate under the rule of clumsy and oppressive military dictators. “He...

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