Scaramucci: Trump 'needed to be much harsher' on white supremacists

Postado Agosto 14, 2017

The far-right protesters, marching under the banner Unite the Right, some waving Confederate flags, carrying shields and wearing helmets, were protesting about the planned removal of a statue of Gen Robert E Lee from the city.

Two Virginia state troopers en route to the crash scene in a helicopter were also killed when their chopper crashed, police said.

Fields Jr. faces several charges, including second-degree murder. Her mother said: 'She died doing what was right. Altogether 35 people were treated.

He added: "These were white supremacists and this was domestic terrorism". You came here today to hurt people.

He said: "We condemn this egregious display of bigotry and violence on many sides".

The mother of a man charged with murder after allegedly ramming his vehicle into a group of anti-fascist protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, said she thought her son was attending a rally for Donald Trump.

Responding to his first domestic crisis, US President Donald Trump said: 'We're closely following the bad events unfolding in Charlottesville, Virginia.

So far three people have died in the riots.

Pressed again on the President's position towards the white supremacists, Bossert offered a condemnation of hate groups.

Four people have been arrested, including James Fields, a 20-year-old white man from OH who is being held in jail on suspicion of crashing the auto.

Ivanka Trump denounced the deadly violence in Charlottesville, Virginia - hours after chaos took over the streets during a white supremacist rally.

"I thought at times I got through to him, but obviously not", he said.

Meanwhile, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe will visit two Charlottesville churches and speak to congregants following Saturday's violent clashes that left three dead.

Donald Trump's condemnation of violence and hate includes "white supremacists", the White House has said.

"This represents a turning point for the people of this country", former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke spoke at the rally, "We are determined to take our country back".

According to the details, the chaos erupted when a auto mowed down a group of rival protesters and killed at least one person in a flare-up of violence that challenged US President Donald Trump.