Example of a tweet using #WhitesAgainstTrump
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During Tuesday night’s CNN GOP debate, in between the simultaneous tweets about the absurdity and ridiculousness of what was being said, there was one hashtag that stood out and gained traction on social media.

#WhitesAgainstTrump, created by Heather Bentley last week, immediately trended after comedian W. Kamau Bell posted a tweet and article using the hashtag.

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https://twitter.com/heatherbviola/status/674648557849219072https://twitter.com/wkamaubell/status/676827846875066368

Not every white person is feeling GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump’s racism and tactics when it comes to Hispanics and Muslims, and they made that clear Tuesday night:

https://twitter.com/YoyodyneInc/status/676933184492339200https://twitter.com/rachelmartinart/status/676957586386718720https://twitter.com/missbumptious/status/676932885555847169https://twitter.com/CrbMyEnthusiasm/status/676945104523952132https://twitter.com/TommoToTheStars/status/676943947407753216https://twitter.com/shanelake33/status/676941667992256512

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Trump’s version of making America “great again” isn’t what America needs, and just because there are a bunch of racist white people who agree with him doesn’t mean there aren’t white people who don’t.