The following is a timeline of instances of extremism in the Trump administration in January.
President Trump has opened the White House doors to extremism, not only consulting with hate groups on policies that erode our country’s civil rights protections but enabling the infiltration of extremist ideas into the administration’s rhetoric and agenda.
Once relegated to the fringes, the radical right now has a toehold in the White House.
Groups and individuals referenced in the list below are not associated with hate groups and extremist ideology unless indicated by a hate group profile.
Customs and Border Patrol uses tear gas against migrants at the border, including "toddler-sized children."
Federal appeals court lifts order barring Trump administration from enforcing its ban on transgender people in the military.
Trump administration asks Congress for $5.7 billion for "steel barrier" at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Nomination expires of hate group Center for Immigration Studies' Ronald Mortensen to Bureau of Population, Refugees.
Pres. Trump uses anti-immigrant rhetoric during Oval Office address to justify government shutdown and border wall construction.
Donald Trump Jr. compares the proposed border wall to a zoo fence.
Pres. Trump appoints anti-Muslim hate group Center for Security Policy's Charles M. Kupperman to be deputy national security adviser.
Federal judge rules against Trump administration's plan to add a citizenship question to the 2020 Census.
Trump administration discussed speeding up deportation of migrant children by denying them asylum hearings, memo reveals.
HHS reports it failed to track family separations: thousands more children may have been separated than previously estimated.
Undocumented workers at Pres. Trump's golf course fired for immigration status during longest government shutdown in history.
Federal prosecutors secure conviction against volunteers for leaving water in the desert after dropping charges against CBP for killing Mexican teen.
Supreme Court ruling allows Trump administration to enforce transgender military ban.
Trump administration asks Supreme Court to add a citizenship question to the Census.
Trump administration says it will "start" blocking asylum seekers, though CBP have been blocking migrants from asylum process since at least 2016.
After longest shutdown in history, Pres. Trump signs a bill to reopen the government that doesn't include funding for a border wall.
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon is “high-ranking campaign official” in Roger Stone indictment.
Pres. Trump meets with hate group Center for Security Policy's Frank Gaffney and others denouncing trans servicemen and women.
President Trump tweets inflated figures regarding the costs of illegal immigration for 2019 without any source.