The first Muslim elected in Congress: "Objective Evidence," said Trump, sympathetic to white supremacy
"I think sometimes you just have to succumb to objective evidence, and that is – which shows that he is sympathetic to this point of view." Whether it is Charlottesville or whatever, I mean everything points back to have some sympathy for this position and does not want to convict him, "Ellison, who served in the auditorium from 2007 to January this year, told John Berman of CNN for New Day. "He would not have condemned (former Ku Klux Klan leader) David Duke, and I mean so much evidence that he does not want to condemn whiteworthiness or admit it for some reason, which is dangerous not only for colorful communities, Jews, gays, such people, but I think this is dangerous to the government because I think one thing is certain: white superiorities, neo-Nazi groups, they see governments as accomplices, guilty, and the government for punishment, "said Ellison, adding that the bomber from O "The superstitious, Brenton Harrison Tarant, left behind a Manifesto entitled" The Big One, "which was the subject of the" exchange, "filled with anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim ideas and explanations of assault." The Manifesto Is Not Signed
"I think this is a small group of people who have many, very serious problems, I guess. If you look at what happened in New Zealand, maybe it is, "Trump told reporters at the White House.
Appearing in the Fox News Sunday weekend, White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney defended the rhetoric of his boss: "The president is not a white superior."
"Just ask the question every time something like that happens abroad or even internally, say," Oh, my God, it must somehow be guilty of the President, "speaks of the politicization of everything that I think undermines the kind of institutions we have in the country today," Mulvaine said. Ellison, however, told Berman that he considered Trump's language ̵
1; including the use of the words "invasion" and "invader" with regard to illegal immigration – "signaled that there is some connection" between the president and the actions of individuals around the world who "The other thing I think shows is encouragement," Ellison added, "so if you are motivated by white superiority, then you are likely to think that the President approves of what you are doing. So these are two very scary things, and I think watchfulness should pay attention to this threat should be
Veronica Strakavoursi of CNN contributed to this report.