High-profile Australians hit back at the politician who called Islam "the religious equivalent of fascism."
"Look, it's been my practice for the last couple of years not to make sort of random observations of the president tweeting and other stuff," McConnell told reporters.
When the Veterans Affairs chief diversity officer urged the agency to denounce the "repugnant display of hate and bigotry" in Charlottesville, a White House appointee told her to stand down.
"One of the things that I think can help heal is the success of our country, and we are really successful. We've gone up $11.7 trillion in worth, and China has come down tremendously," Trump said.
Republican Representative Steve King of Iowa has won a ninth term after narrowly defeating his Democratic challenger, J.D. Scholten.
The Republican quickly shot down sharing any comparison with the man alleged to have shot 11 people dead in a Pittsburgh synagogue on Saturday.
This isn't the first time King has shared content on Twitter from people or organizations with white nationalist ties.
Jason Kessler, one of the organizers of last year's rally, applied for a permit for a second event to take place on its anniversary in August 2018.
Despite being disavowed by his own party, Keith Alexander still managed to grab 38 percent of the vote in Shelby County, Tennessee.
Dayanna Volitich said her podcast which featured anti-Semitic and racist views was "satire."
Paul Nehlen is a Wisconsin congressional candidate taking on House Speaker Paul Ryan, a fellow Republican.
The letter says that Punish a Muslim Day will be held on April 3 and participants can win points for a number of grotesque crimes.
Now the most popular prime time host on Fox News, Carlson is also the staunchest defender of President Donald Trump's anti-immigration policies.
In 2003, Miller wrote that Osama bin Laden "would feel very welcome" at his high school in Santa Monica, California, after school administrators invited a Muslim cleric to speak on Islam.
"These people shouldn't even be calling themselves white nationalists," a Klan leader said about the alt-right.
Richard Spencer was scheduled to visit Poland. But the country's government doesn't want him there.
The "Unite the Right" rally, a white nationalist event in Charlottesville, Virginia, that collapsed into chaos on August 12, is already a volatile cultural flash point.
The same tiki torches—and the same white men—returned to Charlottesville Saturday night.
A report from the Department of Homeland Security outlined how anarchist groups and extreme-right supporters were preparing for an unprecedented confrontation.
The response from President Trump and prominent evangelicals to Charlottesville mimics the equivocation of some Muslims after Islamist-inspired attacks.
The president excoriated the press and anti-fascists but didn't condemn the alt-right.
The only difference now is that white supremacists believe they have an ally in the White House.