Since Donald Trump was elected to be the 45th President of the United States, the reactions, both for and against, have been forceful.
Many Americans are afraid of life under President Trump, based on campaign messages that regularly targeted people based on religion, gender, ethnicity, and race.
And they wonder: why would someone vote for a candidate whose rhetoric was so often hateful?
One possible conclusion is that those who did vote for Trump must share those hateful views.
Saeed Khan, a lecturer at Wayne State University who also teaches a course on Muslim-Christian diversity at Rochester College, is encouraging a more measured view.