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Hostile work environment is a very specific legal term which does not apply to general harassment like you have described here. The ingredient that you are missing is the illegal motivation. Hostile work environment is harassment that is directed at and based on your race, religion, gender, age or disability. You've not mentioned one of these as root of your treatment, and if you can't allege one of them as the root, then the treatment is not actually illegal in employment law.
The employer then would be able to work to terminate you without cause. This is called "at will" employment which is the default employment status in your state.
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