The Anti-Defamation League called on Trump to distance himself from white supremacists who have intensified their call for his election in recent weeks.
“Mr. Trump may have distanced himself from white supremacists, but he must do so unequivocally,” said a statement issued Thursday in the name of Marvin Nathan, ADL National Chair, and Jonathan Greenblatt, ADL CEO. “It is time for him to come out firmly against these bigoted views and the people that espouse them.”
David Duke, a white supremacist, said this week that voting against Trump was tantamount to treason. Additionally, a supremacist political action committee has been making recorded calls urging people to vote for Trump.
David Duke: Voting against Trump is ' https://t.co/yeqWOsmghg— David Duke (@DrDavidDuke) February 25, 2016