The report factors in a string of bomb threats largely attributed to a Jewish man in Israel, but notes a considerable rise without those attacks.
The president blamed the New York senator for a lottery immigration system that supposedly brought the suspect into the United States.
The driver of the truck, an Uzbek national, who was shot and detained by police, reportedly left a note saying he committed the attack for ISIS.
It was the largest gathering of white supremacists since the Unite the Right rally in Virginia in August, which left one counterprotester dead.
The posters featured a swastika-like symbol and promoted the "Solar Cross Society," but there is no such group at the Ivy League school.
The family allowed the grafitti to be painted over after initially saying it would remain on public display.
ACLU calls the Dickinson application a violation of free speech rights.
The chants, though disruptive, did not stop the white supremacist leader from delivering his address.
The University of Florida said that as a public institution, it must uphold the principles of free speech and allow the white supremacist leader to speak.
The United States decided to withdraw from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization over its anti-Israel bias and need for reform.