Washington, D.C. - Holding Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to his word, a list of white nationalist organizations was submitted Tuesday to Mr. Trump. During an interview with CNN on Sunday, Mr. Trump, who was unclear what an endorsement by the Ku Klux Klan actually meant, stated that he'd have to do the research on what groups stood for before he decided whether he'd disavow an endorsement from any group.
While it is true that the average high school student has done enough research in his or her U.S. History class to know that a candidate should reject any support offered by the KKK, the submission of this list gives Mr. Trump and his staff a chance "to do the research."
Mr. Trump's camp was quick to return comment on the list stating that it had no fundamental problem with any of the organizations. They include, but aren't limited to, the American Nazi Party, the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas, Aryan Nations, Hammerskins, the NAAWP (National Association for the Advancement of White People), the National Socialist Movement, The Order, Volksfront, and the White Aryan Resistance.
Said Trump, "What, so like these organizations have a lot of white people in them. Well, guess what? I'm popular with the whites. White people love me. I've even married whites. So what, I'm gonna say now that I don't want the white people's vote? Seriously, who's the frickin moron here?"