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A congressman is calling for an investigation into the extent of white nationalism within the U.S. military after at least three current service members were linked to a white supremacist group.

Democrat Keith Ellison has urged Defense Secretary James Mattis to evaluate the screening process for new recruits to weed out extremists, Military Times said.

Ellison’s request follows a recent investigation by ProPublica and Frontline PBS which suggested that at least three current service members and three veterans were members of the white supremacist Atomwaffen Division group, which has been linked to at least five murders in the past year.

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