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Ku Klux Klan plans on holding public “victory march” to celebrate Trump’s victory in presidential election
18:55, 11 November 2016
Ku Klux Klan plans on holding public “victory march” to celebrate Trump’s victory in presidential election

Parade is scheduled for December 3

18:55, 11 November 2016

NPR

American radical right organization Ku Klux Klan announced parade in North Carolina on the occasion of Donald Trump’s victory in presidential election, Independent reports.

The Pelham-based Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan announced the 3 December on their website, although they did not mention the time or location.

Earlier, official Ku Klux Klan newspaper The Crusader published an article “Make America Great Again”, in which the organization approved Donald Trump as a president. However, at his election headquarters they condemned “hatred in any manifestations” and emphasized that views of the author of the article "do not reflect the views of tens of millions of Americans supporting Trump."

Ku Klux Klan is a radical right organization in the USA, supporting such ideas as white supremacy, white Nazism.

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