David Duke said on a recent episode of his podcast that ex-President Donald Trump and Fox News host Tucker Carlson created their platforms out of his white nationalist ideas.

Trump has downplayed far-right extremism in the aftermath of the devastating mass shooting at two mosques in New Zealand.

Hate groups stepped up their recruitment efforts in 2018.


King's recent tweet adds to a list of racist antics and comments made by the congressman

Nicole Milfie was unapologetic when speaking on women's sexuality and feminism. The cause of her death is still unknown. Twitter users created the hashtag #RIPMilfie to mourn her death. Read more.

Former KKK leader David Duke is running for U.S. Senate. He's pleased that Trump shares many of his issues.

Donald Trump said he doesn't know David Duke and unequivocally disavowed support from white supremacists. But he made statements in 2000 that indicate knowledge of Duke's racist views.


Advisers confirmed on Monday that while serving as an elected official in 2002, Rep. Steve Scalise (R-La.), the House majority whip, spoke at an event hosted by white-supremacist leaders, the Washington Post reports. SEE ALSO: Poll: President Obama, Hillary Clinton Are Most Admired Americans Cosby Allegedly Hires Investigators To Discredit Accusers [VIDEO] Idris Elba On James […]


David Duke, former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Clan, endorsed New York City Councilman Charles Barron‘s (pictured) campaign for U.S. Congress, the New York Daily News reports. SEE ALSO: Woman Finds Kidney Through Facebook, Gets Transplant Duke says that he doesn’t agree with Barron on every issue. But the anti-Semitic did say he preferred […]