Saturday in Marshall, MN, a video went viral after a couple walked into a Walmart store wearing masks that displayed swastikas, the symbol made famous by Nazi Germany in WWII. The symbol, which has been associated with hate and racism since it was adopted by the Nazis, was widely denounced including by others in the store at the time.
He went on to describe a trip when he was a kid that had a big impression on him.
"I'll never forget my 17th birthday. I was lucky enough to spend a summer in Israel, but before we got to Israel, the group I was with got a chance to visit concentration camps in Poland. I was at one of the camps and I walk into barracks and you see separated areas of belongings and hair clippings and shoes and uniforms. And those are images you never forget."