"We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides ― on many sides". Although not as popular as Steve Bannon, Spencer was known well enough to be punched in the face for spewing his hatred on more than one occasion. It has been going on for a long, long time.
Earlier in the day apparent militia members were filmed marching through the streets armed with assault rifles and wearing tactical gear. Two police officers were later killed while trying to assist in operations to quell the violence, after their helicopter crashed. Five people suffered critical injuries and four had serious injuries from the car strike, the University of Virginia Health System said. "So sad!" he tweeted. Foxconn and car companies, and so many others, they're coming back to our country.
Duke's remarks came Saturday morning, before the rally in Charlottesville, Virginia turned violent.
But the president's initial response quickly appeared outdated when a Dodge Charger plowed into pedestrians, killing one woman, and injuring at least nine others.
"No matter our color, creed, religion, or political party, we are all Americans first. The FBI will collect all available facts and evidence, and as this is an ongoing investigation we are not able to comment further at this time." .
"When hell exhales the outcome is hatred".
Like Duke, many far-right rally participants expressed anger at Trump and local authorities after the day's events.
Corinne Geller, a Virignia State Police spokeswoman, says the pilot and a passenger were killed in the crash Saturday afternoon. No one on the ground was injured, according to police.
"I place the blame for a lot of what you're seeing in American today right at the doorstep of the White House and the people around the president".
"Mr. President - we must call evil by its name", Gardner tweeted. Five of the 19 individuals were listed as being in critical condition as of 7 p.m. Saturday.
This speech is not the time to tout your accomplishments. Saturday's clashes between white nationalists and counter-protesters have grown so violent the governor has declared a state of emergency and police have ordered people to disperse.
In an emotional news conference, Virginia Gov.Terry McAuliffe sent a message to the white nationalists who held the rally. President Donald Trump faced criticism for not explicitly condemning the white nationalist forces at the demonstrations.
The violence erupted between two groups in this university town some 120 miles south west of the national capital. "Let's come together as one!" President Donald Trump has created a context in which white supremacists feel emboldened in their views and have no shame in admitting them publicly and vocally.
"I stand with @POTUS against hate & violence", he tweeted. A group of people were seen holding a sign that said "RACISM is the disease". No good comes from violence. While perhaps not explicitly stating that he is a white nationalist, Breitbart News was made a platform for the Alt-Right- white nationalists and Nazis.
"This is a devastating loss for their families, the Virginia State Police and the entire commonwealth".
She also spoke out against the rally, tweeting, "Our nation is defined by the march of progress". That's what we believed in.
"These bigots want to tear our country apart, but they will fail. These were white supremacists and this was domestic terrorism".
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