Donald Trump appeared on 60 Minutes for his first sit-down interview as president-elect and told people committing hate crimes to “stop it.” Watch.
Muslims and others reported hate crimes after Donald Trump won the presidential election. Trump supporters reported attacks. Here’s a state-by-state round up.
Curtis Allen, Gavin Wright and Patrick Stein of Kansas are accused by the government of being part of a militia called The Crusaders and allegedly plotting to blow up an apartment complex with Somali immigrants.
Joseph Schreiber is accused of setting an arson fire at the Fort Pierce, Florida mosque that was attended by Pulse shooter Omar Mateen.
Ahmed Al Menhali, of the United Arab Emirates, was falsely accused by a hotel desk clerk in Ohio of pledging allegiance to ISIS. Watch the video of his arrest and listen to the 911 call.
A 55-year-old Donald Trump supporter from California was arrested after making homemade explosives as part of a plot to attack Muslims, police say.
A 23-year-old man is accused of arson and committing a hate crime in the firebombing of a mosque in Coachella, California, police say.
A California state employee was caught on video yelling insults and then attacking a group of Muslims praying in a park on Sunday.
A video allegedly leaked from a Muslim center in France shows an extremist imam preaching that all music is of the devil and those that listen to music are “kafir.”
Robert Doggart, who ran for Congress in Tennessee last year, planned to attack a Muslim community in New York with a militia and burn down a school and mosque.
Anne Hidalgo, the mayor of Paris, told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour that the city intends to sue Fox News over a faked report about Muslims and “no-go-zones.”
Oh, Pamela Geller, what a wonderful human being you are. What with the racism and the crazy and the viciousness.