KKK to hold Trump 'victory' rally in North Carolina

The Ku Klux Klan has announced it plans to hold a rally in North Carolina in response to Donald Trump's election as president.

The Loyal White Knights, based in Pelham, NC, says on its website that its victory parade, referred to as "Victory Klavalkade Parade" will be held on December 3, 2016. It does not specify where.

Below the event details is an announcement in all-caps that states, "Trump's race united my people."

The group was behind a rally in South Carolina last year protesting the removal of the Confederate flag from the state Capitol building.

Trump, who defeated Clinton in North Carolina by about five percentage points, was officially endorsed by the KKK during his campaign against Hillary Clinton. Trump's campaign has officially denounced them.