Merriam-Webster has a bit of information it would just like to leave right here after President Trump's Wednesday rally.
After Trump supporters at the event chanted "send her back!" about Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.), the dictionary company tweeted that its top search results that night included "racism," "fascism," "xenophobia," and "bigot," with "racism" topping the list.
Tonight’s top searches, in order: racism, socialism, fascism, concentration camp, xenophobia, bigot
"Socialism" also made the list at number two, as Trump labeled the Democratic congresswomen he has been attacking as socialists.
This isn't the first time Merriam-Webster has weighed in on the controversy over Trump's tweets telling minority Democratic congresswomen to "go back" to where they came from. When Fox News' Brit Hume earlier this week claimed that Trump's comments don't "meet the standard definition of racist," linking to Merriam-Webster's definition, Merriam-Webster seemed to respond by gently pointing to an entry noting that its definitions are "not always well suited for settling disputes." Brendan Morrow