White House Seeking to Change Program Targeting Domestic Terror Groups

In this Saturday, April 23, 2016 photo, Loyal White Knights Grand Dragon Will Quigg of Anaheim, Calif., center, shouts to protestors during a "White Pride," rally, in Rome, Ga. The name "Ku Klux Klan" evokes horror for many, but what is the organization today? The AP is interviewing imperial wizards and grand dragons, a watchdog group and others to develop a portrait of the KKK as it exists in 2016. (AP Photo/Mike Stewart)

This White House is looking at changing program that targets groups inside the United States that could potentially incite terror. Currently the lists of those groups include White Supremacist organizations. If the Trump Administration changes the focus the name would change to focus in on Islamic extremest and White Supremacist groups would no longer be a focus of that program.

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