What we're seeing here is an internationally cooperative terrorist movement built via online radicalization - a movement the President of the United States openly stokes while curtailing the mechanisms combating it. Just last week, Trump defended his Aug.2017 comments after the Charlottesville neo-Nazi protests where he said there were 'very fine people' among the neo-Nazis. Candidate and President Trump's fear-mongering, racist rhetoric targeting migrants, Muslims, and other people of color is well-documented - and white supremacists love it. When asked if he thinks white nationalism is a threat after the Christchurch terrorist attack, President Trump said: 'I don't really. I think it's a small group of people...'This a dangerous lie, to say the least.