WATCH | Matthew Heimbach talks about white nationalism at the inauguration
"He is not one of us."
That is what Matthew Heimbach had to say about the new U.S. president when Circa interviewed the self-described white nationalist outside the inaugural festivities Friday.
The Southern Poverty Law Center describes Heimbach as a "rising star in the white supremacist world." He made headlines last year when a video appeared to show him shoving a black woman at a Trump rally.
Here in Donald Trump's America, we're the ones who actually have the solutions to the problems plaguing our communities.
While he doesn't agree with all of Trump's positions, the new president, he says, created a space for his Traditionalist Workers Party to advance its ideas. The group, led by Heimbach, opposes multiculturalism and believes white people should have their own land and culture.
Trumpist nationalists care about sovereignty, trade, immigration.
Heimbach and his supporters weren't the only white nationalists in D.C. this week. So-called alt-right supporters gathered for the "DeploraBall" earlier this week -- a play on Hillary Clinton's "basket of deplorables" comment.
An organizer told Circa's Emily Atkin, the attendees represented a "new type of Republican."
We did it! Congratulation Donald J. Trump President of the United States of America!— David Duke (@DrDavidDuke) January 20, 2017
Heimbach has been called the "new David Duke." The ex-KKK leader weighed in on Friday.