This week, when Trump signed two executive orders on immigration, in the Oval Office, he was flanked by a half-circle of smiling supporters. At one end of the group stood the founder and president of the Remembrance Project, a thin, dark-haired Texan named Maria Espinoza. The Remembrance Project calls itself “a national organization that advocates for families of victims killed by illegal aliens.” Lady Justice is its mascot. But organizations that monitor American hate groups have followed Espinoza for years, and they’ve raised concerns about her work. “She and the activists and organizations she associates with demonize immigrants and provide a platform for bigotry,” the Anti-Defamation League said in a 2014 report.