In September, the Minneapolis bar Club Jäger was forced to shut down after it was revealed that the bar’s owner, Julius De Roma, had donated to a political campaign for infamous white supremacist and vocal Donald Trump supporter David Duke. This week, De Roma decided to reopen the bar—just in time for the Super Bowl,…
With Donald Trump and his squadron of anti-immigrant henchmen firmly entrenched in the White House, Iowa Republican Rep. Steve King apparently feels confident enough to let his white nationalist beliefs run crusading out into that oh-so-threatened-and-scary world full of non-white people having babies.
After riding Donald Trump's coattails all the way to Election Day, the avowed white supremacists who supported his campaign are absolutely loving the president-elect's picks for his Cabinet and White House team.
New Orleans police unleashed pepper sprayed and threatened to tase students who were protesting former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke's appearance Wednesday night on the historically black Dillard University campus for a U.S. Senate debate.
The six leading candidates for a vacant U.S. Senate seat in Louisiana are set to debate in front of an empty room Wednesday evening at Dillard University, a historically black college in New Orleans.
If you are running for vice president of the United States and someone asks you if an overt white supremacist and former Ku Klux Klan leader is "deplorable" there is only one correct answer: yes. Republican vice-presidential nominee Mike Pence chose a different answer.
Former KKK Grand Wizard David Duke is more popular among black voters in his home state of Louisiana than Donald Trump is among black voters across the country.
Donald Trump's campaign has garnered some really questionable supporters during its build-up over the last year, so it's not too surprising that these supporters loved Trump's acceptance speech at the 2016 Republican National Convention.
Is it an exaggeration to say that Donald Trump is the least popular presidential candidate in a generation? Only slightly. According to an analysis of ABC/Washington Post polling over the last three decades, there is only one presidential candidate who has been less popular than Trump: David Duke, the former Ku Klux…