It's decided: Donald Trump is leading the Republican Party charge to the White House. The racist rhetoric might grab headlines, but how do young Mexican-Americans living on the border feel about the wall that might destroy world?
When photographer Mike Belleme set out to capture a portrait of America in 2016, he found a nation teetering on a precipice of change and riddled with insecurity. But unlike the hard lines of black-and-white campaigns, fear in the heart is a nuanced spectrum.
Last week in Cleveland, Ohio played host to the Republican National Convention, where Trump secured his nomination as the GOP candidate for President in 2016. We headed into the convention - the most absurd for a generation - to see what Trump had in store.
While Donald Tump and his hordes of loyal supporters have been in Ohio at the Republican National Convention, LA based street artist Plastic Jesus erected a wall to surround the Republican candidate's Hollywood star.
With violence erupting at Trump rallies across the United States, we look at what's at the root of people's hatred, the fears that Donald Trump is tapping into to create tension, disunity and malcontent.