Despite widespread condemnation, Trump was praised by former KKK leader David Duke for sharing the videos, saying, "Thank God for Trump! That's why we love him!"
"Our values and commitment to diversity are critical as we work to address the impact of cancer in every community," American Cancer Society spokeswoman Miriam Falco said.
President Trump's statements on Charlottesville were designed not to rile his most loyal base — white supremacists.
As racially divisive rhetoric and hate groups become more mainstream, "the platform for the alt-right" is trying to fit in, too — but advertisers are already running away.
From anti-immigrant postings on social media to swastikas scrawled on storefronts and a Black doll found with a noose around its neck, some Trump supporters are acting on his rhetoric.
America was great because it "was founded as a White Christian Republic," according to an article published in The Crusader, a Ku Klux Klan newspaper.
Duke said he's concerned about security as "Dillard [University] is pretty supportive of Black Lives Matter."
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