Writings on race and sexual orientation raise questions about Trump’s nominee to Ninth circuit

Published in the San Francisco Chronicle

As a college student in 1994, nearly a quarter century before President Trump nominated him to the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco, Kenneth Lee wrote that “whenever minorities do not succeed, they cry racism.”

The same year, in another article for a conservative publication at Cornell University, Lee said one reason for the AIDS epidemic was that “homosexuals are generally more promiscuous than heterosexuals. … To avoid AIDS, one has to only abstain from drug use and promiscuity. So simple, yet so hard to grasp.”

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