WASHINGTON -- "White power!" shouted the elderly man, raising his fist as he drove his golf cart past a group of demonstrators advocating racial justice.  President Trump offered an amen.

A white couple stood outside their St. Louis mansion aiming deadly firearms - the man wielding an assault rifle, the woman waving around a handgun - at Black Lives Matter protesters who were peacefully marching past. Last week on Monday, Trump joined that Hallelujah chorus, too.

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