World astonished at yet more falsehoods from Donald Trump Eric Mouthaan, correspondent for RTL Dutch TV, talks with Rachel Maddow about Donald Trump's retweet of a false anti-Muslim propaganda video and the reaction of the world to a U.S. president who so regularly disgraces himself and his country. Duration: 14:31
"The president is racist" - Rep. Keith Ellison Outrage from Rep. Keith Ellison and others after the Donald Trump retweets anti-Muslim propaganda -- to the delight of David Duke. Duration: 3:32
British PM calls Trump’s Anti-Muslim retweets ‘wrong’This morning, President Trump retweeted a series of inflammatory and unverified anti-Muslim videos posted by a leader of the far-right "Britain First" party. Duration: 5:37
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Far-right trolls and white nationalists defend Trump's anti-Muslim video retweets
On Wednesday morning, President Donald Trump retweeted three anti-Muslim videos posted by Jayda Fransen, the deputy leader of the far-right, ultranationalist Britain First political organization, who has previously been “found guilty of religiously aggravated harassment.” Trump’s retweets of three videosattempting to link Muslims to violent crime, one of which has been debunked and the other two of which lacked context, were praised by white nationalists and far-right ideologues on Twitter and by internet trolls on 4chan, 8chan, and Reddit message boards. At least one prominent fake news website also defended Trump’s retweets.
Prominent white nationalist David Duke:
Infowars’ Paul Joseph Watson:
Far-right vlogger and identitarian movement supporter Peter Sweden:
White nationalist podcast host James Allsup:
One of CNN's Trump shills endorses Muslim ban, "no-go zone" myth while defending Trump's racist tweets Andre Bauer: "We do need to restrict certain people, and we do need travel bans"
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