By Mark Lilla, Newsweek Staff WriterFor most people, the word “correlation” means something along the lines of “two things are related.”
But for President Donald Trump, it means a pattern or patterning of behavior that suggests that he’s a racist.
Trump’s behavior, for example, is so outrageous that it’s often difficult to tell what the word really means.
Trump has been accused of using racially-charged language, suggesting that Black people are genetically inferior to whites.
He has been criticized for suggesting that President Obama was not born in the U.S.A. The word “racist” can be a tricky one to define, especially when it comes to Trump, a billionaire businessman who’s built his brand on bigotry and racism.
But the word has become so intertwined with Trump’s political life that he seems to be relying on it as a shorthand for his behavior.
And that, in turn, makes the word problematic.
Trump, a businessman and reality TV star who’s known for his brash, incendiary style and abrasive personality, has repeatedly made statements that are deeply offensive and have fueled outrage.
And when it came to the term “racist,” the word quickly became an afterthought in the media’s coverage of the 2016 presidential election.
The word “racism” has been around for some time in the English language.
But it’s only recently that it has become a political and social issue.
“Racism” is an old word used to describe racism, a racial group or group of people, according to dictionary.com.
The term came into use in the early 20th century, according the National Dictionary of American Slang and Unusual Words.
And its usage has grown in the years since.
In the past century, the term has been used to refer to racial inequality and discrimination, as well as to a wide variety of other issues, from the treatment of people with disabilities to the treatment and treatment of immigrants.
The term has also become an easy shorthand for Trump’s bigotry.
He regularly refers to black people as “super-predators” and to President Barack Obama as “an illegal immigrant.”
Trump has also been accused by others of using the term in ways that seem to suggest he’s racist.
During the 2016 election, he said in an interview with The New York Times that “Obama was born in Kenya and we don’t know where he came from.
He’s from Kenya.”
Trump also said in a debate with Sen. Marco Rubio that “when you have a country, and you’re going to have an open, free, and fair immigration system, you should have a system that allows people from all over the world to come into the country.”
The phrase “racist is” also used in an informal way.
“A racist is a person who believes that a group of other people are different from themselves,” according to the Dictionary of the American Heritage Dictionary.
And a “racist-as-a-word” is used as a generic label for those who use the term racially in a way that appears to be a negative stereotype.
But the word doesn’t necessarily have to mean racism.
There are other meanings that have been used over the years to describe people who use it.
“It’s not necessarily a bad thing to say,” said Stephen Jones, a political science professor at Ohio State University who studies political language.
“But it doesn’t have to be racist.
People may be using it as shorthand for racist things.”
As a general rule, it’s better to avoid the word in situations where you can’t tell the person from a stereotype, Jones said.
In this case, it might be best to steer clear of the term if you can help it.
It’s best to avoid saying it out loud because that could make it sound like you’re implying that people of other races are somehow inferior, Jones explained.
But, Jones added, “It can be useful to say the word out loud, to put it in context, if you think it’s a negative thing.”
When you use the word, Jones suggested, try to think of it as an adjective that describes the way someone is, rather than an adjective, which means “person.”
And he suggested that people who want to use the phrase “racists” as a general term should use “racist.”
“I’m not saying you have to use that term,” Jones said, “but it’s helpful to put the word away in a negative context.”
For example, when someone is racist, they’re referring to people who are using a certain racial slur, or they’re not treating people with respect, he explained.
“That can be helpful if you want to make sure people know what you mean.”
But, when it’s the other way around, Jones says, it can be dangerous to do so.
“You can’t say it in the name of race,” he said.
“People can use the same word and then say, ‘I’m a racist.’ That’s not