Young Vietnamese-Americans see things differently to elders who settled in the US after the Vietnam War.
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It was an epic and tumultuous day by any standards, and rarely in politics have the extremes of emotion been so perfectly captured by the cameras.
That day was 20 June - and the BBC's North America editor Jon Sopel was there.
Two more members of the Trump campaign have tested positive for coronavirus days after his rally on Saturday in Tulsa, Oklahoma. It comes after six members of his team tested positive hours before the event.
"After another round of testing for campaign staff in Tulsa, two additional members of the advance team tested positive for the coronavirus," campaign spokesman Tim Murtaugh said in a statement.
"These staff members attended the rally but were wearing masks during the entire event. Upon the positive tests, the campaign immediately activated established quarantine and contact tracing protocols."
Trump was criticised for holding the rally amidst the pandemic, and attendees had to sign waivers saying they accepted the risk of contracting Covid-19 at the event.
Today, Trump will be speaking at a mega-church in Arizona.
Ninety-nine years ago Tulsa, Oklahoma, saw one of the biggest race massacres in American history.
By Douglas Fraser
Business and economy editor, Scotland
Severe storms have passed through the Oklahoma, Texas and Louisiana, killing at least seven people.
By Kelly-Leigh Cooper
An active weather front brings a rapid developing and destructive tornado to Arkansas
By Chris Fox