Ravelry, a community site where users can share ideas on knitting and textile projects, said in a blog post on Sunday that users will be removed if they support Trump in their forum, on their profile pages, or in other content ,  "We can not provide a space that includes all and also supports White's open supremacy, and the Trump Administration's support is undeniably the support of White supremacy," the website said.
"You can still join in if you actually support the administration" You just can not talk about it here, "reads the post in which the policy was announced.
Ravelry says that every month Hundreds of thousands of people are being used and more than 100,000 Twitter followers have been reported to be able to remove users from the site if they break the rule, but added that they would not lose their data.
It was also noted that people would not be removed for past support.
"We definitely do not ban conservative policies , Hate groups and intolerance are different from other types of political positions. "
Trump has been accused of not clearly judging the threat posed by white supermassist individuals and groups during his presidency.
He said there are some" very good people "White Pages" after white nationalist protesters clashed with opposition demonstrators in Charlottesville, Virginia in 2017.
The president also said he does not view white nationalism as a growing threat around the world, rather than the movement as a small group of people to denote "very, very serious problems."
Trump has on other occasions rejected groups like the Ku Klux Klan.