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White Supremacists Beat Black Man With Poles in Charlottesville, Va., Parking Garage

White Supremacists Beat Black Man With Poles in Charlottesville, Va., Parking Garage

"We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides, on many sides", he said. Not Donald Trump, not Barack Obama.

WARNING: This footage may be disturbing for some viewers. - New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a Republican and Trump supporter.

President Trump condemned the violence, though his lack of specificity had many commenters saying it didn't go far enough.

She also spoke out against the rally, tweeting, "Our nation is defined by the march of progress". They don't get into fistfights with people who don't see things their way. These people are bigots. "And of course this idiot of a president is silent".

Maybe he's right. Maybe it is.

Among those expected to attend are Confederate heritage groups, KKK members, militia groups and "alt-right" activists, who generally espouse a mix of racism, white nationalism and populism.

Most took to expressing their anguish and outrage a the events in Charlottesville on Twitter.

- "There is only one side".

"Mr. President - we must call evil by its name", tweeted Sen. They held torches and chanted phrases like, "White lives matter!" and "Jews will not replace us!"

Other Republicans, including House Speaker Paul Ryan, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Sen. "It has no place in America".

So, that's the big one.

What we are seeing is not a new occurrence in the United States.

The Charlottesville confrontation was a stark reminder of the growing political polarization that has intensified since Trump's election last year.

"I'm in Canada at the moment and this is hard to explain", said Carter. State police joined county police and fire units who were the first responders to the scene. That's what we gotta do, ' he continued. Berke was devoted to our entire family as part of our Executive Protective Unit team for the past three years.

"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. We have record - just absolute record employment.

In a follow-up tweet, James said that the youth deserve better. We have companies pouring into our country.

Saturday evening, the state police announced three additional arrests in relation to the planned rally, issuing charges of disorderly conduct, misdemeanor assault and battery, and carrying a concealed handgun to three individuals, respectively.

"Nor will we accept acts of domestic terrorism perpetrated by such elements. So when I watch Charlottesville, to me it's very, very sad".

"Our Founders fought a revolution for the idea that all men are created equal", his statement read.

And former Vice President Joe Biden wrote on Twitter: "No. Not in America". I mean "we're renegotiating trade deals to make them great for our country"? Reporters attempted to ask the President whether he condemns white nationalists or if he considers the car slamming into counterprotesters terrorism.

The governor of the state of Virginia, Terry McAuliffe, has since declared a state of emergency following the violent attack that occurred on Saturday afternoon at approx. Police declared the gathering an unlawful assembly and moved in to disperse the crowds. They don't happen every day.

By being equivocal, Trump also failed to follow the same self-proclaimed rules he used to hammer other politicians.