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Hatewatch Headlines 3/7/2016

Trump says ‘hate groups are not for me’; SNL spoofs the Donald’s far-right supporters; Ammon Bundy complains about prison life; and more. Donald Trump demurs on white supremacist support, says ‘hate groups are not for me.’

Raw Story: Trump tells supporters he’ll defend them in court if they happen to rough up protesters.

Huffington Post: White supremacists ignore their own presidential candidate in their ardent support for Trump.

Media Matters: On NBC, Henderson calls out GOP for coded racial talk that Trump taps explicitly, so Matalin wants to ‘choke’ him.

Atlanta BlackStar: Black Lives Matter protesters to face charges after Trump rally, but supporters who shoved them won’t.

JTA: Anti-Defamation League slams Trump for statement comparing Jews to white supremacists.

Salon: Saturday Night Live slams Trump supporters with ‘Racists For Trump’ ad spoof.

Think Progress: West Virginia’s legislature overrides governor’s veto to pass radical NRA-backed gun law.

Rome Sentinel (NY): Father, son charged with hate crime in racial beating of man outside bar.

Oregon Public Broadcasting: Malheur National Wildlife refuge manager says the standoff left the place ‘one big mess.’

The Oregonian: After 37 days, Ammon Bundy complains that jail is the ‘most difficult thing I’ve ever done.’

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