Turning Point USA
A satirical version of the U.S. presidential seal featuring Russian symbols and golf clubs found its way onstage during a Trump appearance.
Turning Point USA, the nation's largest college Republican group, apparently projected the image at its summit by mistake.
"Quick, right away."
The president, speaking at the Turning Point USA summit, repeatedly lied and claimed that four minority congresswomen used the slur "evil Jews."
Ben Garrison, a conservative cartoonist, was uninvited over an anti-Semitic cartoon. The rest of the guest list is a who's who of trolls and extremists.
Kashuv, a pro-gun advocate, used slurs on multiple occasions, two Parkland teens told HuffPost.
A video of a Turning Point USA leader declaring "white power" and flashing a white supremacist sign is just one of many similar incidents for the group.
During a hearing on hate crimes and white supremacy, Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) played an audio recording of Turning Point USA activist Candace Owens’ past remarks on Adolf Hitler, in which she stated, “If Hitler just wanted to make Germany great and have things run well — OK fine.”
One person on Twitter quipped that the conservative's comments were like saying, "I liked Hitler's early stuff, before he went mass market."
The pop star castigated the GOP Senate candidate in Tennessee. A predictable backlash followed, including from Donald Trump.
“I love making racist jokes,” tweeted the woman who replaced the person who wrote, “I HATE BLACK PEOPLE.”