Callers Go Head To Head Over Trump And Charlottesville Riots

Callers Go Head To Head Over Trump And Charlottesville Riots

Callers Go Head To Head Over Trump And Charlottesville Riots

"What is vital now is a swift restoration of law and order and the protection of innocent lives", the president said, adding he condemns "this egregious display of hatred, bigotry, and violence on many sides". Suspect identified as officials say 3 deaths linked to violent protest in Charlottesville Hundreds gathered in downtown Oakland carrying signs proclaiming "Solidarity Forever", and "White Supremacy Is Terror". While a group of counter-protesters were walking through the streets, a silver Dodge Challenger charged through the crowd, smashed into another vehicle, backed up and then barreled back out of the street.

Meanwhile, Charlottesville Mayor Mike Signer called the killing of a 32-year-old woman and the injury of others by a vehicle a "terrorist attack with a auto used as a weapon".

"Go home", he said. The removal is on hold pending litigation but has angered many white supremacists since the council voting.

"You are not wanted in this great Commonwealth".

Attorney general Jeff Sessions said that the FBI's Richmond field office and Rick Mountcastle, the US Attorney for the Western District of Virginia, would lead the investigation. The driver fled and was located and arrested moments later, police said.

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Two Virginia state troopers were also killed when the helicopter they were using to provide aid to the situation crashed in the woods near the gathering.

The event had drawn the members of the Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazis, as well as movement leaders including David Duke and Richard Spencer.

White supremacists clash with counter protesters at a rally in Charlottesville, August 12, 2017.

The white supremacist rally has put a permanent stain on the city of Charlottesville, and even though many from the area did attend the anti-racism march, it's obvious that so many others didn't.

Some Twitter users also called Trump out for lambasting former President Barack Obama for not using the term, "radical Islamic terrorism", while he himself did not specifically denounce white nationalists in Charlottesville.

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