Donald Trump’s Presidency has been an awful mess for the country, but at least one group has been spared from the worst of it.
That group is white supremacists.
The President’s campaign was full of them.
A white supremacist website ran a call to arms for Trump supporters.
They wanted him to win, even if it meant losing the election.
Trump’s presidency has been filled with white supremacists and their minions, including white nationalists, neo-Nazis, and KKK members.
And that’s just a small part of the total white supremacist movement.
In the past year, the President’s Cabinet members have supported policies like the repeal of civil rights protections and the repeal or expansion of the Affordable Care Act, among others.
So it’s clear that white supremacists are playing a central role in the Trump presidency.
But they’re not the only ones.
Here are a few more details on the White Supremacist movement.
Trump has a white nationalist on his team, too, but his White House isn’t exactly the White House of white nationalism.
Trump himself has praised white supremacists, but has also repeatedly defended them against accusations of racism.
For instance, in April 2017, Trump said, “I think I have a lot of respect for the men and women of the KKK.”
In a July 2017 interview with Fox News, Trump told Tucker Carlson, “The only thing I think they should be embarrassed by is the fact that I’m getting calls from them, I get calls from a lot.
And I’ve been getting calls for days.
And they say, ‘Why don’t you just leave them alone?'”
In August, Trump defended white supremacists in a radio interview with the Fox Business Network.
“We’re going to protect the country.
We’re going [to] defend our country,” he said.
He also praised “very fine people who are in the Ku Klux Klan.”
The White House is also home to a small number of white nationalists in the administration.
Vice President Mike Pence is a former member of the Ku Klans, a white supremacist group that once called itself the National Alliance.
Trump, for example, reportedly met with former KKK leader David Duke in February 2017, when Duke was the national convention speaker.
Duke is also on Trump’s campaign payroll, according to a report by Buzzfeed.
The National Policy Institute, a far-right think tank, hosted a conference in Washington, D.C., in February 2018.
The conference was titled “The Resistance Is Not Afraid: What White Supraconservatives Need to Know.”
The conference also featured former Ku Klux Klansman David Duke, who spoke in support of Trump.
Trump is also a fan of white nationalist Steve Bannon, the former head of Breitbart News and the former chairman of the Republican National Committee.
Bannon was Trump’s chief strategist for the 2016 campaign, and he has worked as a surrogate for the President.
Bannon has been described as a “white nationalist” and a “globalist” who “believes in the rule of the first and foremost race, the white race.”
But Trump’s relationship with Bannon is more complicated than that.
The two have known each other for years.
Bannon told The New York Times in 2016 that Trump had offered him a job at the White the “most dangerous job in Washington.”
Trump, in turn, told Bannon to run Breitbart News.
“If I don’t run it, I’m going to run it.
I don`t care if it’s a good job, I don’ t care if you win.
But I’m not going to have the White Senate anymore, because I want Steve Bannon.
I want the people that make Breitbart, because they’re great people,” Trump told Bannon.
Bannon is now a senior adviser to the President, and has been critical of Trump during his presidency.
In May 2017, Bannon wrote a letter to Trump, arguing that the president “has failed to embrace the historic significance of white identity.”
“If you don’t change course now, the future of the United States hangs in the balance,” Bannon wrote.
“Trump must stop demonizing white people, and demand that he change course and acknowledge the importance of white racial identity in his presidency.”
White nationalists have also been prominent players in Trump’s inaugural ball.
In July 2017, the National Policy Institutes hosted an event called “The First in Our Century: The Trump-Pence Era.”
The event was attended by white nationalists from the Traditionalist Worker Party, and other white supremacists from the white supremacist groups Identity Evropa and League of the South.
Trump was the keynote speaker, along with Bannon and other prominent white nationalists.
In January 2018, Bannon, now a top adviser to Trump’s administration, published a book called “Why We Must Win: A Manifesto for the Pursuit of White Nationalism.”
In it, he wrote that the white nationalists Trump has appointed to his administration, including former Breitbart executive chairman Stephen Bannon, “must be given the full attention and authority to pursue this goal.”
Trump has also made statements on his