Denouncing terrorism at the hands of white supremacists wouldn't fit Trump's narrative that America should fear only minority groups.
This is the Republican Party under Donald Trump, and 2018 can't come soon enough.
America is supposed to be a refuge for people who think a certain way about freedom, not a homeland for people who look a certain way.
"When 92% of black voters don't support the Republican nominee, but the KKK does, there's a problem. Let's deal with it and move forward."
David Duke said, "Bravo President Trump! Some great first steps. We’re on the way, folks, to taking America back."
Racist David Duke reacted jubilantly to the electoral victory of Donald Trump and thanked foreign criminal Julian Assange for his assistance.
"What made America great in the first place? America was founded as a White Christian Republic. And as a White Christian Republic it became great."
Duke says the GOP is a 'big tent,' apparently because it includes those those who are "racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic"
If you're keeping score at home, both candidates on the Republican ticket have now refused to make quick and forceful condemnations of a known and proud white supremacist.
In an interview that was nothing less than a complete disaster, Donald Trump's running mate Gov. Mike Pence refused to call David Duke deplorable during an interview on CNN's The Situation Room.
In his video announcement, David Duke says, “I am overjoyed to see Donald Trump and most Americans embrace most of the issues I’ve championed for years.”
"Trump legitimizes and raises up the profile of the white nationalist movement in the United States...It’s this type of rhetoric that has escalated to genocide in the past."
Jewish concerns about Trump’s candidacy are not limited to his hateful rhetoric. Jews are concerned about the anti-Semitism common among Trump surrogates and supporters.
According to Duke, "three open Jewish members" is too many on SCOTUS, because "those Jews" will do "whatever the Jewish agenda is"
"The reason there’s a war on Donald Trump is because there’s a war on the real America, there’s a war on the European-American majority"
I suppose I should have felt more outraged or ready to protest or whatever but, quite frankly? Empty. And what worries me about my own reaction is that I'm thinking it's worse than outrage.
Republicans are upset that Steve Scalise might have trouble raising money for the party, because some donors might not want to be seen giving cash to a racist, neo-Nazi sympathizer.
During Monday night's broadcast of The O'Reilly Factor, host Bill O'Reilly interviewed former KKK leader David Duke regarding the recent controversy surrounding House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA) speaking at a white supremacist conference in 2002.
As Steve Scalise struggles to distance himself from David Duke, EURO and his involvement with a racist conference twelve years ago, he has found at least one ally who will vouch for his character -- Rep. Steve King (R-IA).
This week it was revealed that the third ranking Republican in the House of Representatives is guilty of pandering to a white supremacist extremist organization founded by former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard David Duke.