US hate crimes: White extremism on the rise

Hate crimes in the US: What is at play over the rise in racist attacks under the Trump administration.

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    The Trump administration and the United States law enforcement officials have increasingly focused on external sources of violence.

    But the Government Accountability Office has found that it is right-wing, white "extremism" that is proving to be the greatest source of domestic attacks in the US.

    Al Jazeera's Shihab Rattansi reports from Pittsburgh.


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