There is no sign of the president's nationwide unpopularity in Alabama.
Eddie Calvo said he felt safe with Trump in charge.
Several leading Republicans did not hold back their criticism of Trump following the violence in Charlottesville.
Clashing with the alt-right at their hate-filled rallies only gives them the exact attention they want, the Southern Poverty Law Center tells Newsweek.
The unrest in the country has become more volatile in recent days.
Many of President Donald Trump's supporters were unhappy with his latest statement on the violence in Charlottesville.
Two counties in the northern part of the state issued public health warnings about transmission of the fatal disease.
The president's disapproval number rose to 61 percent following his response to the protests in Charlottesville, Viriginia
Throughout his campaign, Trump appeared to encourage violence toward anti-Trump protesters.
The president's trips to his Manhattan residence have already cost the city over $56 million.
Daily Stormer initially was rejected by GoDaddy after publishing an article attacking an activist killed at a white nationalist protest.
"Black people have organizations that fight for black power, and Jews look out for each other," said David Duke. "But there isn't anyone except the Klan who will fight for the rights of white people."
Spencer, president of the National Policy Institute and self-described creator of the term "alt-right," has been invited to appear at a "White Lives Matter" rally at Texas A&M University on Sept. 11.
Guzman’s public defenders argued that he should be able to hire private defense attorneys without worrying that prosecutors would seize their fees by claiming the money came from his estimated $14 billion in drug proceeds.
Fields stands accused of second-degree murder after allegedly ramming his car into protesters in Charlottesville.
A poor and misguided connection between Nazis and democratic socialism began floating around social media following the violent protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend.
"David Duke," insists recent convert Sharon Uhl, and LSU student dispirited by minority quotas, "is trying to do for white people what Martin Luther King did for black people."
The president criticized pharmaceutical executive Kenneth C. Frazier, who in his resignation statement said he was taking a "stand against intolerance and extremism."
Benjamin Wittes, editor of the blog Lawfare, is challenging Trump’s claim that the majority of people convicted of terrorism in the U.S. came from abroad.
Media is constructing a "narrative" by "associating the president with these [racist] groups," Fox host says.
Steve Bannon’s position in Donald Trump’s White House is coming under increasing threat, according to reports.
"He threw an airball so far away it landed in the Third Reich."
Members of the hacktivist collective have disputed a post on the website claiming it had been hacked, shortly after it was removed by GoDaddy.
The Mooch has a telling nickname for the current vice president.
People across the globe no longer trust the word of an American president who makes up his own facts.
Trump is being unfairly criticized for his statement about last weekend's violent neo-Nazi marches in Charlottesville, according to Pence.
Kennedy and Johnson faced the same as Trump, a hostile dictatorship that developed a nuclear bomb.
The President can unilaterally start a war. Congress must act, and act now.
Other than the right to vote, the US Constitution doesn’t guarantee equal rights for men and women.
Nearly half of employees say they'd quit within a year if their employers stopped offering insurance.