Ku Klux Klan members give the Nazi salute during a demonstration at the state house building on July 18, 2015, in Columbia, S.C.One of the largest Ku Klux Klan groups in the country has announced a parade to celebrate President-elect Donald Trump's win.The Loyal White Knights of Pelham, N.C., says on its website that&nbsp;its parade&nbsp;will take place on Dec. 3."TRUMP =&nbsp;TRUMP'S RACE UNITED MY PEOPLE," says the website's front page.No time or location for the event is listed, and a phone call to the number on its website was not returned.The group has between&nbsp;150 and 200 members and&nbsp;is "perhaps the most active Klan group in the United States today," according to the Anti-Defamation League.&nbsp;Last year, it was part of a South Carolina protest against the Confederate flag's removal from the state Capitol.Several Klan groups endorsed Trump. Well-known former Klan leader David Duke, who on Tuesday lost a Senate bid in Louisiana, was also a vocal supporter.The Trump campaign was criticized this year for initially refusing to denounce support from the Klan. Later, the campaign described the Klan's efforts&nbsp;as&nbsp;"repulsive."