- Jul 15, 2016
Not on CNN or MSNBC front page today, maybe he is considered as another "oreo":
A quick moderation note: This post was reported by one of our readers who questioned the use of "Oreo" given that it can be construed as a slur. I don't think it was intended to be offensive, and the mod team doesn't feel we need to issue a warning.
However, it turns out that "Oreo" does make Wikipedia's list of ethic slurs (see here) so we advise our members to stay away from such language in the future.
No warning needed, this is just for everyone's information. (Including my own; now that I know better I won't use the term "Oreo," but I hadn't realized it was problematic. Of course, I wouldn't use a term like "banana" so perhaps I should have realized that.)