MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE, UNITED STATES (NOVEMBER 09, 2017) (NBC) – Former Trump administration strategist Steve Bannon on Thursday (November 9) compared an exclusive report in the Washington Post which described alleged sexual misconduct by U.S. Senate nominee Roy Moore to the newspaper’s publication last year of the leaked Access Hollywood video tape of then-presidential candidate Donald Trump. Continue reading
SHELBYVILLE, TENNESSEE, UNITED STATES (OCTOBER 28, 2017) (NBC)- About 300 white nationalists and neo-Nazis took to the streets of the small Tennessee city of Shelbyville on Saturday (October 28) to protest refugee resettlement in the state, which sued the federal government over the issue earlier this year. Continue reading
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES (OCTOBER 19, 2017) (ADAM SAMEI) – A black man confronted a neo-Nazi skinhead and hugged him during an anti-fascist rally at Florida University to denounce a speech by the alt-right leader Richard Spencer on Thursday (October 19). Continue reading
HONG KONG, CHINA (SEPTEMBER 12, 2017) (REUTERS) – Protesters outside a luxury hotel in Hong Kong shouted anti-racism slogans on Tuesday (September 12) ahead of a speech by former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon at an investor conference organised by a unit of China’s largest brokerage. Continue reading
WASHINGTON, D.C., UNITED STATES (FILE – JANUARY 20, 2017) (RESTRICTED POOL) – President Donald Trump has fired his chief strategist Steve Bannon, a person familiar with the decision told Reuters on Friday (August 18). Continue reading
White House spokesman Sean Spicer tells Reuters, “of course I have regrets” and that his job is “not a quiet existence.” Continue reading
Dylann Roof, the white supremacist sentenced to death in federal court for the 2015 shooting massacre at a historic black church in South Carolina, pleads guilty to separate state murder charges.
U.S. President Donald Trump drops his senior strategist Steve Bannon from the National Security Council.
Chicago Police say they were not consulted by the Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s campaign before the decision was made to cancel a rally that drew thousands of protesters.
Spokesman for Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) says group that exhibited caricatures of the Prophet Mohammad have “made a career of promoting inflammatory hate rhetoric and hoping to provoke some response from Muslims.”