14 thoughts on “Trump Gives White Supremacists an Unequivocal Boost – NYTimes.com

    1. Now that he has given his stamp of approval there will be more violence and deaths. I don’t know why Congress and the Senate have not begun impeachment proceedings. All he is doing is bringing another civil war which will have no winners.

    1. The Orange Nazi must be removed from office before America is destroyed. Destruction comes from within. The sooner he is out of office along with his neo-nazi KKK crew the better off America will be. No to violence. No to hate.

      1. I love that name ‘The Orange Nazi’ – I haven’t heard that one yet. He is so disgusting and revolting, – you couldn’t make him up!! If he thinks he is coming to England for a State tour…he better think again…there will be riots in the streets! Already millions have signed petitions against this. He represents pure everything imaginably bad. Every American I know is so embarrassed that he is in office…..We must all come together. Have a wonderful weekend. Janet 🙂 x

      2. Actually I got that moniker from another equally appalled blogger. However there is some good news on the horizon.

        After Trump Hedges His Condemnation of Hate, C.E.O.s Organize a Mass Defection

        Here is a portion of the article. Corporate America is deserting him in droves.

        On Tuesday, Indra Nooyi, the chief executive of PepsiCo, joined a call with other prominent corporate chieftains who — like her — had agreed to advise President Trump.

        A rebellion was brewing.

        Along with other business leaders, Ms. Nooyi had watched with bafflement over the weekend as Mr. Trump blamed “many sides” for an outburst of white supremacist violence in Charlottesville, Va.

        Ms. Nooyi spoke with Mary T. Barra, the head of General Motors, Virginia M. Rometty, the chief of IBM, and Rich Lesser, the chief executive of Boston Consulting Group, who were similarly outraged with the president’s response.

        All of them wondered whether it was time to step down from the Strategic and Policy Forum, an elite group formed late last year to advise the president on economic issues.

        As these calls were occurring, the president’s other main business advisory group, the Manufacturing Jobs Initiative, had begun to disintegrate. Early Monday, the chief executive of Merck stepped down from that group, followed by the chiefs of Intel and Under Armour, and representatives from a labor group and a nonprofit business alliance.

      3. That is hopeful news. We have been hearing that so many – including the two George Bushes – have spoken out. However, it boggles my mind that the ‘Orange Nazi’ hasn’t been impeached yet! Maybe this is a turning point. Let’s hope so. J. x

      4. Yes. Let’s hope for more good news. As for the Republican Party they are more concerned with supporting their candidate Dhrump more than the fact that he is tearing the country apart. Therefore the Republican party will implode. They are shooting themselves in both feet. Orange Nazi #45 is a traitor on all levels. Maybe Justice intercede with her scales balanced towards good.

  1. This is ridiculous. First I stand still in shock and amazement at the garbage that comes out of his mouth…..and then we move backwards. Unreal.

      1. are ‘his people’ too scared that they will lose their jobs if they say something? I don’t get this at all. He is clearly a nutjob, and yet he goes on and on…..

      2. I agree with you. It’s like they want the country to be split apart. Every day there is another hate crime. Cypress Hills Cemetery where my parents are buried was vandalized. The teen racists vandalized the Asian section of the cemetery. Now all these low lifes and bottom feeders feel emboldened to attack anyone who does not go along with their hate filled programs.

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