Donald Trump has "all of the facts" he needs to defeat Hillary Clinton on the racial history of the Democratic Party, author and filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza told Newsmax TV on Tuesday.
"Trump is a New York guy. Grew up in Queens. He's been a builder in New York," D'Souza, 55, told "America Talks Live" in an interview. "What is his relationship with the white supremacy movement? Zero.
"What does he know about the Ku Klux Klan? Very little."
"Now contrast this to Bill and Hillary," he said of the Clintons. "They got their political teeth cut in Arkansas.
"Bill's mentor was Orval Faubus, a longtime governor of Arkansas … , who stood in the door of the Arkansas schoolhouse to block little black kids from being able to go to public schools in Arkansas.
"When [Dwight] Eisenhower, the Republican president, sent in the National Guard, they shut down all the public schools in Arkansas for almost a year.
"This is the history of the Democratic Party — and this is the history on which Bill and Hillary cut their teeth," D'Souza said. "They made good relations with Faubus by the way throughout their political careers.
"While the Republican Party repudiated David Duke, the Democratic Party embraced Robert Byrd.