I apologize for the political nature of this quote, but this is what I'm working on. I am using the Chicago Manual of Style. I am wondering if, when quoting a comment in a medium-length section that will also be cited as coming from the same source, it is necessary or preferable to include two endnote citations, or only one. The text is as follows:
In the 1990s, Trump engaged in rhetoric about Native Americans to launch his own private “aggressive war on the expanding Native American casino industry, which posed a threat to his gambling empire.” Trump covertly invested $1 million dollars of his own money to run ads that insinuated that Native Americans provided a haven for organized crime, that reservations were filled with criminals, and that dark-skinned Natives were fake Indians.
Would it be appropriate to only have an endnote citation after "Indians," or would it be more appropriate to have two, one after the quote and the other after "Indians," with the citation after Indians being "Ibid."?
Thank you in advance for your help.