Both houses adopted a resolution calling for combating crimes of hate
The U.S. Congress adopted a joint resolution urging President Donald trump to speak out against organizations that support racism, extremism, anti-Semitism and the idea of white supremacy.
The house of representatives adopted a resolution Tuesday, the day after it was approved by the Senate.
The resolution States that Congress “condemns white nationalism, the idea of white supremacist and neo-Nazism as an expression of intolerance against the values, which are crucial for the people of the United States.”
The document calls on the administration to use all available means to address the proliferation of such organizations in the country, to investigate all related incidents of harassment and domestic terrorism and to take measures to prevent violence.