Excerpt from Chicago Tribune
By Peter Holley
The effort to plant the seeds of white nationalism in the political mainstream, where they might blossom into pro-white political coalitions that appeal to a broader swath of Caucasian voters, will not be easy, according to the chairman of the American Nazi Party.
But Rocky Suhayda thinks there is one political figure who presents a "real opportunity" to lessen the load.
Who is it? Donald Trump, the Republican nominee for president.