The lion head logo appeared at the end of a "Keep American Great" campaign video shared by the president on Wednesday.
Arkansas, Georgia, South Carolina and Wyoming are the only states in the country with no hate crime laws.
To overcome domestic terrorism in the wake of El Paso, we do not need, nor should we want, a bigger, more intrusive national security state.
The memo offers Republican politicians talking points when interviewed about gun control and mass shootings.
Profiles need to be built, terrorist groups need to be infiltrated, and operations need to be neutralized. But first, we must learn from our mistakes.
"At least three acts of deadly white supremacist extremist violence have been linked to 8chan in the last six months," the top Democrat and Republican on the House Homeland Security Committee said in a joint statement.
"The FBI director testified last month, about 850 domestic terrorism investigations ongoing, a number of those with racially motivated, violent extremest ideologies behind them," Acting DHS Secretary Kevin McAleenan said.
"Domestic terrorism has a broad and expansive impact on American citizens and our national climate," DHS Secretary Kevin McAleenan said.
"I will not participate in a conversation that simplifies this issue without recognizing one - the history, speaking the truth about it and recognizing it happened before [Trump] was in the White House and it will continue after this guy in the White House."
Conor Climo, a Las Vegas security guard was charged after the FBI found bomb making materials at his home.
We cannot afford to just "pass by" as the America we know and love becomes consumed by hate. It's up to all of us to act.
The Trump campaign reportedly launched as many as 66 Facebook ads seeking support from the Latino community since Monday, less than 48 hours after Saturday's mass shooting in El Paso, Texas.
"It's just not journalism. It is opinion making. It is entertainment and unfortunately it's an entertainment that can catch on with a very viralized America."
"A lot of people in my community feel as though he is a part of the problem," said Andrew Torres, who lost his cousin and her husband in the mass shooting.
"All forms of hate have to really – they have to be reigned in," the Trump official said.
New York congresswoman posted a series of tweets regarding racial disparity in this country.
"Tucker is RIGHT!" David Duke, a prominent white supremacist and former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, wrote on Twitter.
"We've lost the traditional values that Republicans have had: free trade, legal immigration and of course fiscal sanity," Nebraska lawmaker John McCollister said.
The president's campaign has posted more than 2,000 ads using the word "invasion" to describe the arrival of migrants and asylum seekers at the southern border since January.
"He laughed. He laughed Marc," Jim Sciutto repeatedly pointed out to Marc Lotter.
Kevin McAleenan's remarks come days after a gunman killed at least 22 people in a racist attack at a Texas Walmart.
Susan Del Percio slammed the president for showing "absolutely no heart whatsoever" in his address following two weekend mass shootings.
The paper later changed the headline about Trump's mass shootings statement for their second edition.
The hashtag alleged that Trump helped to incite the violence with his racist rhetoric against immigrants and the Latino community.
Christian Picciolini, who founded an anti-extremist group, suggested that domestic white supremacist attacks are part of a "transnational terror network."
"Make no mistake the FBI working with our state and local law enforcement partners is all over this," Wray said in reference to white supremacist violence.
"We've had a lot of challenges in this country, but the one that actually almost ended this country in the Civil War was white supremacy,"
"We are definitely not banning conservative politics. Hate groups and intolerance are different from other types of political positions," a Ravelry blog post said.
Renaud Camus said he could no longer stand alongside a fellow European elections candidate who prayed in front of a swastika in what she said was a joke after a night out.
Oak Park and River Forest High School will replace all 1,750 copies of the book over 'OK' gesture seen in photos "regardless of intent."