President Obama has made it clear that the Ku Klux Klan is not an American group.
And so he is not alone in that regard.
But it is worth noting that there are other presidents who have spoken more frequently about the KKK than other racist groups.
The KKK was one of the most controversial groups in American history.
From its founding in the late 19th century until the mid-20th century, the group operated with extreme racial prejudice.
From the KKK’s founding in 1871 until the 1970s, it operated under a white supremacist banner.
In the early 20th century it became one of many organizations that advocated segregation and racism, but it was largely discredited as a racist group in the 1960s and 1970s.
Presidents including George Washington and Theodore Roosevelt had their own Klan groups.
Some Klan leaders supported the civil rights movement, and some of the Klan’s leaders were imprisoned for civil rights violations.
In recent years, there has been more scrutiny of the KKK, with a wave of criticism against the group, including accusations that some members used violence to enforce their racist views.
But the KKK still maintains an image of being a “good guys” organization, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks hate groups.
Many Klan members also say they support the civil liberties movement and are not racists.
There are some who say that history shows that the KKK is not as racist as many people make it out to be.
But according to a 2015 study by the Anti-Defamation League, the KKK was responsible for more than 1.6 million violent crimes across the country from 1921 to 2016.
And a 2013 study by Duke University showed that Klan members were twice as likely to be arrested as people of color, which the authors attributed to the fact that they were more likely to get into trouble and commit crimes.
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While there are many people who oppose racism, many people don’t see the Klan as a threat to them, said Richard Cohen, an assistant professor of political science at the University of Pittsburgh.
He said many Americans may be unfamiliar with the KKK.
“Many people don, or have no idea what they’re talking about,” he said.
“So they don’t want to say, ‘This is a hate organization.'”
For instance, there are people who are angry about the fact the president does not call them racists, but instead he refers to them as the KKK and then, in the process, says that the white supremacists are the bad guys.
He then tells them that their hatred is not justified, but they don, he said, because they’re white.
Another example is the president, in his address to the American Legion, who referred to the Kuksers as “patriots” and said that the country would never be safe if they didn’t get rid of them.
The most recent example is that the president called the KKK a “cancer on our society,” and said the group would continue to cause problems even if they weren’t a group of racists.
But while the KKK has had its supporters in the White House, they are often not as vocal and visible in the West Wing as they are in the South.
The president has spoken out against the KKK in recent months, but he has avoided mentioning the group by name.
The White House also has not taken any action to address the violence that has occurred over the last year or so.
Trump’s administration has been criticized for not doing enough to crack down on the violence, but President Trump’s press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, has defended the administration for not taking action to prevent violence and said Trump is confident that law enforcement officials are doing the right thing in this situation.
“There are laws in place to help prevent violence against the American people, and we’re hopeful that all law enforcement will follow those laws,” Sanders said in March.
But many white nationalists in the Trump administration have also criticized the administration, calling them hypocrites who are not doing anything to stop the violence.
The Southern Poverty Map shows that many white supremacists have become active in the United States.
They are not just a fringe group in America, but have gained support across the globe.
In 2015, the Southern Pro-White League, a white nationalist group, organized a conference in Washington, D.C., called the World Anti-Klan Conference.
In 2014, white supremacists gathered in Portland, Oregon, for the first time since the 1980s, to discuss how to protect themselves and their beliefs.
And last month, the National Policy Institute, a neo-Confederate group, held a conference that featured speakers including former Ku Klux Klansman David Duke, who has also criticized Trump.
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