Trump's remarks on clashes draw strong reactions — The Latest

A racist hate-monger said ‘Take our country back’. What followed was outright terror

Trump's remarks on clashes draw strong reactions — The Latest

Bloom became visibly upset as she learned that dozens of people were injured during a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville.

'Trump should not have praised the state and local police.

"You came here today to hurt people, and you did hurt people", the governor said. It is reportedly from the South African leader's 1994 autobiography Long Walk to Freedom.

"We are determined to take this country back".

Kessler is a local blogger and activist who described the event as a pro-white rally.

I know that term - white supremacy - is unpopular.

-It's always important to maintain some perspective. This is not a "conservatives say this, liberals say that" sort of situation.

And Arizona Sen. John McCain also released a scorching tweet attacking the protesters. Trump didn't do that. "What is vital now is a swift restoration of law and order and the protection of innocent lives".

President Donald Trump tweeted condolences to the troopers' families earlier Saturday.

The protests were initiated by the city's government decision of removing the confederate past, including a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee. "Lieutenant Cullen was a highly-respected professional aviator and Trooper-Pilot Bates was a welcome addition to the Aviation Unit, after a distinguished assignment as a special agent with our Bureau of Criminal Investigation. You're all among the best this nation produces".

It's not the Alt-Right. In his famous "Letter from a Birmingham Jail", King said.

But he did not specifically address the vehicular attack.

King's words still resound prophetically today. President Donald Trump faced criticism for not explicitly condemning the white nationalist forces at the demonstrations. We have so many incredible things happening in our country. This question perpetuates the problem.

"The violence and hate in Charlotte (sic) are unacceptable".

Union Square was packed with people holding signs, some of which read "No To Racism and Bigotry" and "Impeach".

Please Wait while comments are loading. It started with people like Steven Bannon and Richard Spencer. No one on the ground was injured, according to police.

Charlottesville, home of Thomas Jefferson and the University of Virginia, has become the latest Southern battleground over the contested removal of Confederate monuments. It's Nazism. It's white supremacy. The Raiders planned to have an intrasquad practice Saturday night at its campus. "People peddling in hate from outside of Charlottesville will never define this vibrant community".

But men like David Duke, possibly the most famous white nationalist, directly tied Saturday's protests to Trump. "It is racists and white supremacists".

Bloom said she and Fields had just relocated to the Toledo area from Florence, Kentucky, a Cincinnati, Ohio, suburb.

Despite all our efforts, some white pastors still remain silent on Sunday.

University of Virginia Medical Center spokeswoman Angela Taylor confirmed the death to The Associated Press. Leadership in churches and other Christian organizations remain all or mostly white.

The group surrounded and fought with college students who had gathered to counter them. We can work tomorrow.

So, that's the big one. Unfortunately, they are all too few. Those left standing scattered, screaming and running for safety in different directions.

Other footage showed rivals on either side using hand-made shields as they fought each other.

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