"Tucker is RIGHT!" David Duke, a prominent white supremacist and former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, wrote on Twitter.
Interviewing Gabbard on the Late Show Colbert directly asked the candidate why she had been praised by Banon and Duke, a white nationalist.
The white nationalists were far outnumbered by counterprotesters, and local residents, who packed Washington, D.C., to decry the march.
Film director Spike Lee ridiculed President Donald Trump, whom he refers to as "Agent Orange," while comparing the blatant racism of the 1970s to the issues facing people of color in America today.
Richard Spencer and David Duke continue to be allowed to reach wide audiences on Twitter, despite its much-publicized "purge."
Prisoners are barred from reading more than 10,000 books.
White Supremacist Leader David Duke tweeted how much he loves President Donald Trump.
The "It's Okay to Be White" segment was typical Fox News fodder, but with an exception: Tucker Carlson was pushing forward a meme promoted by white supremacists.
Trump's rhetoric is priming racist movements to take more "daring" action, say historians of American white supremacism.
One donation to the white supremacist's failed 2016 Senate campaign backfired.
The only difference now is that white supremacists believe they have an ally in the White House.
"He threw an airball so far away it landed in the Third Reich."
James mocked Trump's campaign slogan in a tweet.
The Anti-Defamation League says the campaign is "driven by white supremacists and anti-Semites" and "has all the hallmarks of classic Jewish conspiracy theories."
Hillary Clinton invokes Duke's name as a reminder of Trump's white nationalism.
Donald Trump used the same two-word phrase during his speech Thursday night at the RNC.
It's unclear whether the Republican presidential front runner will be damaged by support from the white supremacist.
Scalise admits it, but three attendees have claimed that he did not speak at the event.