During your campaign, you denigrated people because of their race , their religion , their ethnicity , their gender , their disability , and more .
You circulated racist and anti-Semitic tweets, and refused to immediately disavow the endorsement of a known neo-Nazi .
Now, haters of all stripes – from white nationalists to anti-Muslim, and anti-LGBT extremists – are celebrating your victory.
You must distance yourself from them.
You have pledged to be a president for “all Americans” and to “bind the wounds of division” in our country.
If you mean what you say, you must do two things.
First, you must publicly disavow all forms of bigotry.
Second, you must assure the country that no one associated with a hate group or any form of extremism will have a position, a voice or influence in your administration. Steve Bannon, who led his Breitbart News empire into becoming what a former Breitbart editor called "a cesspool for white supremacist mememakers," simply has no business in the White House.