Divisive [adjective]

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Democrats have their agenda to pass, and Republicans don’t want to have to dwell on anything potentially divisive within their party.

Today, the Harvard International Negotiation Program is exploring how to use the Overview Effect to mitigate the “tribes effect,” a divisive mindset that fosters conflict.

We don’t feel this way because of disagreements over policy, though, even when it comes to the most divisive questions.

He had hoped it would be a sign that, after a divisive campaign, the president would be able to unify the country.

This last year has been so divisive, and so much has happened to pull people apart.

I urge my colleagues to vote against this divisive impeachment and realize that dividing America will not save this republic.

Today’s Republican party is one where it is considered divisive to take decisive action against a faction that was trying to hunt down Democratic and Republican politicians a few days ago.

Now, more than ever, in a still divisive time in our country’s relationship with race, the story of Hattie McDaniel is meaningful and current.

By prioritizing the study of aging, the new administration could chart a new trajectory for health care spending, make our politics less divisive, and—best of all—offer Americans more healthy trips around the sun.

The actions taken by Microsoft-owned LinkedIn come as all social media companies grapple with a rise in divisive, hateful, and misleading posts.