Nobody wants to be seen within the same zip code as this president, particularly after he spent the past week defending white supremacists and Nazis.
"In terms of people actually working in the administration, apparently everybody is fine, nobody is leaving, they're all okay with it."
Within the span of about a week, the President of the United States will have endorsed white supremacists and announced that he's pardoning a man who racially profiled Latinos.
"If allowed to continue along this senseless path, Mr. Trump will do lasting harm to American society and to our standing in the world."
"The president needs to be crystal clear that hatred has no place in our society, but he is currently failing at it."
Though the majority of Americans do not condone the racially driven terrorism we saw in Charlottesville this weekend, this is increasingly what America is becoming with Donald Trump in the White House.
Obama's message of love and unity – and his clear suggestion that today's violence was racially motivated – stood in stark contrast to Trump's remarks.
Denouncing terrorism at the hands of white supremacists wouldn't fit Trump's narrative that America should fear only minority groups.
"Due to safety concerns, we believed it was very important to take all necessary precautions to protect the safety of all personnel involved in the operation.”
"Hey buddy, that song you love was written by my uncle. He's been married to my other uncle for 40 years. And he's a Jew."
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.
"It shows the depths that they will go to try to disparage someone and the desperation, really, of the liberals," whines Kimberly Guilfoyle
When Trump said Happy Hanukkah one swastika-toting follower tweeted “WTF?!” while another seconded that sentiment and added, “I hate trump now.”
“FAIR’s newly laid-out immigration priorities are directly from the xenophobic, far-right movemen...severely limiting legal immigration."
"Summing up, the press is trumping up...a white power movement storyline that simply doesn't exist. It's vile to suggest that it does."
"The left, whether it's Black Lives Matter or La Raza...Groups that identify themselves by race provoked this group to identify by race"
"The Holocaust did not begin with killing; it began with words. The Museum calls on all American citizens...to confront racist thinking and divisive hateful speech."
This is Donald Trump's America now – and he must own it.
Congressional Republicans need to stand up and call out Trump for choosing Bannon as a senior adviser and ‘equal partner’ to Trump’s Chief of Staff"