France / World War I / Trump / White Supremacy (Studio: Anderson Cooper) The dig at President Trump during his trip to France to commemorate the end of World War I from the president of France, Emmanual Macron, about Trump as a "nationalist" being a betrayal of patriotism recalled. #1131987
CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 12, 2018
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(New York: Sara Sidner) White supremacist groups spreading hate examined; scenes shown from a neo-Nazi website depicting white men ready for war against Jews with white supremacist Andrew Anglin calling this a race war; details given about racist support for Trump & their reaction to his comments/rhetoric on immigrants. [Southern Poverty Law Center research analyst Keegan HANKES- comments on their policies.] [2013, Representative Steve KING - criticizes immigrants for hauling marijuana across the desert.] [June 2015, TRUMP - says immigrants bring drugs, crime, are rapists....] [Lifeafterhate.org co-founder Tony McALEER- says we mainstreamed the idea.] [Nov. 2, TRUMP - says consider those throwing rocks as having a rifle.] [Retired FBI hate crimes investigator Steve MOORE- says Trump has not said he disagrees with them.]
- Sidner, Sara
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