Hanging Out With Donald Trump's Supporters, Making L.A.: Education

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A following has coalesced around presidential hopeful Donald Trump. His supporters have embraced his attacks on political correctness, his inflammatory rhetoric about illegal immigration, and above all, his undeniable Trump-ness. Who are they?

And David Beckham may be gone but the LA Galaxy is still going strong. The soccer team has won the M.L.S. Cup five times - more than any other team in the league, and is favored to win the title again this year.

Then, a look at L.A.’s massive school system in today’s installment of our Making L.A. series. There are more than 900 schools in the L.A. Unified School District and more than 600,000 students. Los Angeles also has more charter schools than any district in the country. Some say charter schools are bad for public education, others say they offer a much-needed alternative. Either way, there’s no doubt charters have changed public education here in L.A.

Finally, South Africa has the largest consumer of house music per capita. How did this come to be, and who are the main players in the South African house scene?

Banner Image: Donald Trump speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference 2015; Credit: James Cullum/Talk Radio News Service