Hi, Long time no hear! 2020 has been a rather difficult year, but I hope that you are staying safe and healthy despite some of the setbacks in various realms that we have been experiencing! While I am not that well versed when it comes to American politics, I have always echoed Jared Taylor's sentiment that it should be intellectually valid for Whites in the United States to think in terms of group identities and cherish European-American culture without being accused of racism and anti-minority agendas. It would arguably be fallacious to apportion too much blame to US presidents, as they operate within a certain institutional framework that grants them less freedom to act and chart their own course in comparison to most of their European counterparts. However, from your standpoint, which US president (from the post-WWII era to the present) did the best when it came to safeguarding/advancing the cause of White Americans? Conversely, which US president was the most detrimental to/did the most to harm the interests of Whites? You could consider both their intentions and the actual effects of the policies they implemented.