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Car drives into counter-protestors at white nationalist rally, woman killed — US

Car drives into counter-protestors at white nationalist rally, woman killed — US

Despite mentioning several things he said were going in the right direction, like unemployment and job creation, Trump said it's important to find out why violence continues.

"I'm not going to make any bones about it", he said.

"America is no place for bigots".

Donald Trump has not responded to the criticism, nor has he specifically called out the white supremacist groups leading the rallies at Charlottesville.

The cause of the crash remains under investigation at this time, the police said in a statement. "Lets come together as one!"

Earlier this year, the city voted to remove a controversial statute of Confederate General Robert E.Lee from a downtown park, sparking the confrontation.

But tensions between those attending the rally and counter-protesters continued throughout the day. He was vague enough that his statement could be interpreted in a number of different ways.

White nationalists and counter-protesters clashed throughout the day in the city in which the University of Virginia is located. Orrin Hatch, the most senior Republican in the Senate. "It is racists and white supremacists".

- Confess and repent of past sins: Many congregations were formed in a fit of "white flight" from cities.

"We love our country, we love our God, we love our flag, we are proud of our country, we are proud of who we are", he said.

"The violence and hate in Charlotte (sic) are unacceptable". Griffin on Twitter said Trump has "emboldened this ugly hate and bigotry". He added that he has "confidence in state/local law enforcement". For years, the alt-right and white nationalists have employed the Bible to justify their racism, in public online. On July 8, about three dozen members of a regional Ku Klux Klan group protested in the city.

The crash happened just a few hours after a car plowed into a crowd of people peacefully protesting against the white nationalist rally.

The result of which erupted Saturday for all the world to see.

Following the clashes, a state of emergency was declared by the authorities, and police and security forces were deployed in riot gears. Outsiders do not tell our story. "I wholeheartedly oppose their actions". And you did hurt people.

"These are radical Islamic terrorists and she won't even mention the word, and nor will President Obama", Trump said during an October 9 presidential debate.

"'No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion". - Former President Bill Clinton on Twitter.

The car then backed up and fled the scene. They don't base a belief system on the superiority of one race over others. Our strength lies in our diversity.

"Did Trump really say that he condemns the violence on 'many sides'? Racism and hate have no place here".

-I don't have a problem with Trump condemning both sides, since both sides resorted to violence.

Former Vice President Al Gore, speaking at the progressive Netroots Nation gathering in Atlanta, said he "was surprised" by the President's statement. 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.

Sen. Kamala Harris of California called the rally "un-American" in a tweet.

- "Even as we protect free speech and assembly, we must condemn hatred, violence and white supremacy". "Our unity is our strength and diversity is our power". Plenty of us said that the current president, based on his rhetoric during the campaign, would energize a new era of bigotry.

The night before several hundred of torch-bearing white nationalists marched brazenly through the centre of the college town.

This is far from the first time that the three-time NBA champion has been outspoken when it comes to politics.

The march began around 10:00 PM Friday night.

First Lady Melania Trump earlier also expressed her concern, calling for communication without "hate in our hearts". He says he's also encouraging people to go home.