Hundreds of alt-right activists, neo-Nazis and white nationalist extremists descended on Charlottesville last Saturday in what may have been the largest hate-gathering of its kind in decades in the United States.
"Unite the Right” drew a broad spectrum of far-right extremist groups, all of whom were emboldened, according to attendee and Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke, by the Trump presidency.
Republicans and Democrats alike called it what it was: domestic terrorism by white supremacists. Everyone except Trump.
We have a president who is wholly unsuited to hold the position; a president that is afraid to lose the support of neo-Nazis and racists.