Yet another factor to consider is the historical racial divide and tension that pervades the body politic and societal fabric of the United States. Statistics show that black men in particular are overwhelmingly disproportionately apprehended and jailed in the criminal justice system than any other ethnic group. Black men are also more likely to be killed by the police than other ethnic groups even though they do not perpetrate more violent crimes than other ethnic groups. The Black Lives Matter movement arose to tackle these disparities. While it has garnered the support of many, there are those who see this movement as a nuisance, including the controversial presumptive nominee of the Republican Party, Mr. Donald Trump.