President Donald Trump’s recent tweets telling four congresswomen of color to “go back” to where they came from has received applause and commendation from extremists and white nationalist groups who have historically supported Trump.

Neo-Nazi Andrew Anglin, the founder of the white nationalist site The Daily Stormer, was delighted by the president’s racist tirade. He wrote on his alt-right site, “Man, President Trump’s Twitter account has been pure fire lately. This might be the funniest thing he’s ever tweeted. This is the kind of WHITE NATIONALISM we elected him for. And we’re obviously seeing it only because there’s another election coming up. But I’ll tell you, even knowing that, it still feels so good.”

Anglin also emphasized the implications of the president telling women of color to “go back” to where they came from. “This is what elected Trump and this is what will always be the best way for him to gain support,” he said. He also underscored the importance of these accusations being directed at American citizens, saying, “So this is not some half-assed anti-immigrant white nationalism. Trump is literally telling American blacks to go back to Africa.”


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White supremacist podcaster “Sven Longshanks” praised the president’s words on his Daily Nationalist podcast saying, “Trump started the week in a great way today by tweeting that the four worst non-White communists in the Democrat Party should go back and fix their own countries first before trying to tell America what to do. Of course he is being accused of being ‘racist’ for pointing this out, as nobody can argue their countries of origin are not ‘the worst, most corrupt and inept anywhere in the world’.”

The list of far-right groups who have been celebrating the president’s latest remarks goes on and on. Neo-Nazis, white supremacist, xenophobes, and racists have all gathered behind Trump’s back, championing him as their savior and the deliverer, claiming that he will finally put the United States on track to ethnically cleanse itself of all non-whites. And yet the president still says he “does not have a racist bone” in his body.

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