WH: 'Of Course' Trump Condemns White Supremacists, Neo-Nazis (He Hasn't)

WH: 'Of Course' Trump Condemns White Supremacists, Neo-Nazis (He Hasn't)

On Twitter, the president wrote: "Condolences to the family of the young woman killed today, and best regards to all of those injured, in Charlottesville, Virginia.

He is charged with suspicion of second-degree murder, hit-and-run, malicious wounding, and failure to stop for an accident involving a death. He's identified as a 20-year old white man from Maumee, Ohio. A chemical irritant was sprayed into the crowd, reported.

Charlottesville City Manager Maurice Jones and Mayor Mike Signer had a similar message.

A car traveling at a high speed plowed through a crowd during protests against a white supremacist gathering, killing one person and injuring at least five.

One neo-Nazi protester called the government forces attempting to shut down the rally "Jew-lovers", telling Fox News that the "f**king Jew-lovers are gassing us". "We don't want them in our base, they shouldn't be in a base, they shouldn't be claimed as part of a base, and it has to be made crystal clear", he continued. A total of 19 others were also hurt, including five people still in critical condition Sunday, a spokeswoman for the University of Virginia Medical Center said.

"See, he hatches evil, conceives mischief, and gives birth to fraud". Two of the men came from out of state.

The Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigations have launched a civil rights investigation into the deadly crash.

"As many of you are aware, we're entrenched in a battle to remove a statue of Robert E. Lee".

President Trump on Saturday responded to the violence, condemning "in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence", adding "On many sides". He's calling for a "swift restoration of law and order".

Meanwhile, hundreds more gathered for a march in Oakland, California to decry racism in the wake of the deadly violence. "Trump's not a white supremacist", said Bloom.

Why is President Trump under attack?

"We are closely following the terrible events unfolding in Charlottesville, Virginia. When such actions arise from racial bigotry and hatred, they betray our core values and cannot be tolerated", Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in a statement.