Comedians Dave Chappelle and Jon Stewart warned Americans against giving President Donald Trump "too much credit" defining the country, saying racial and class divisions existed well before any 2016 Russian election meddling.
"The president is obviously a racist, obviously a demagogue, condones anti-Semitism, stokes up nationalist hatred."
Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum accused Ron DeSantis in their final debate ahead of the election of having deliberately pursued the vote of racists.
"These disgusting, abhorrent robocalls represent a continuation of the ugliest, most divisive campaign in Florida's history," the Gillum campaign said in a statement.
She told the Polk County Sheriff's Office it was a "bad attempt at humor."
"If you support this president you are either crazy or you're racist. Those are the two boxes! So, Kanye can't be racist, then he's got to be crazy," Pete Hegseth said.
"I came out of a gay club, and your driver is racist against gay people," the passenger claimed.
The Chelsea Football Club and several Premier League fan groups may begin offering supporters found guilty of anti-Semitic or racist behavior a visit to Auschwitz instead of an outright ban.
"I'm saddened that you live in such a home and neighborhood where you feel that I could not be accepted based on this."
A Mississippi high school student says she was physically removed from President Donald Trump's raucous Southaven rally Tuesday solely for wearing a Black Lives Matter shirt.
"Racial discrimination. That's what I feel like it is..."
Each participant faces up to 10 years in jail if convicted of both traveling to incite riots and conspiracy to riot.
A U.S. District Court judge questioned whether President Donald Trump's "America First" slogan was code for discriminatory immigration policies.
Students claimed some sorority members made racist comments about a black speaker during a Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority event.
Last month, DeSantis warned voters not to "monkey this up" by electing Democratic candidate Andrew Gillum.
A major donor and Republican activist behind Ron DeSantis's Florida gubernatorial campaign deleted a tweet calling former President Barack Obama the n-word and a "Muslim."
"It seems like change is on the way," Pressley said. "We have together ushered in something incredible."
Over 70 percent of Trump voters said they could still vote for a candidate who used the racial epithet.
Representative Kiah Morris said political discourse had become "divisive, inflammatory" and even dangerous.