A recent study shows that hate crimes increase by 226 percent in areas where Donald Trump holds rallies. Does he go to hate zones or create them?
Former FBI Special Agent Michael German tells Stephanie Ruhle that how the FBI categorizes crimes like white supremacist violence leads to fewer resources used to combat those crimes.
Superintendent of the Chicago Police, Eddie Johnson, held a press conference outlining the charges and expressing a lot of opinions about the actor and his motives, who is now a felony suspect.
We wouldn't want to leap to conclusions, here.
The attackers allegedly used homophobic, racial slurs and said "This is MAGA country." (Ed. Note: The title has been changed in light of the news that Smollett appears to have filed a false report.)
Since Trump never disavows the racists and anti-Semites that inhabit his supporters, Jonathan Weisman concludes they believe he supports their views.
Author Jonathan Weisman takes apart Trump apologist David Urban during a panel segment on CNN's State of the Union discussing the shooting at the synagogue in Pittsburgh.
Horrific news breaking mid morning during Shabbat services in Pittsburgh
Race continued to be the most common category, comprising 57 percent of all hate crimes.
And therefore it's only a terror attack if Muslims are the perps and not the victims? Really, Gorka.
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