Former KKK leader David Duke greets supporters and the press after a rally in Siler City, North Carolina, on Jan. 19, 2000. Duke, a former KKK grand wizard, tweeted this on Wednesday after Donald Trump’s victory: “Make no mistake about it - Donald J. Trump owes his victory to -> THE SOUTH.”
Former KKK leader David Duke greets supporters and the press after a rally in Siler City, North Carolina, on Jan. 19, 2000. Duke, a former KKK grand wizard, tweeted this on Wednesday after Donald Trump’s victory: “Make no mistake about it - Donald J. Trump owes his victory to -> THE SOUTH.” BRIAN GOMSAK
Former KKK leader David Duke greets supporters and the press after a rally in Siler City, North Carolina, on Jan. 19, 2000. Duke, a former KKK grand wizard, tweeted this on Wednesday after Donald Trump’s victory: “Make no mistake about it - Donald J. Trump owes his victory to -> THE SOUTH.” BRIAN GOMSAK

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