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Combative and insistent, President Donald Trump declared anew Tuesday that "there is blame on both sides" for the deadly violence last weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia,... [Read More]
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White supremacist and ex-KKK leaders thank Trump after he hands down equal blame to counter-protesters over Charlottesville violence... [Read More]
President Trump defended the timing and content of his initial statements on the violence in Charlottesville at an impromptu news conference Tuesday -- seeming to... [Read More]
President Donald Trump has come under strong criticism for not calling out white supremacists when racist violence flared in Charlottesville, Va. on the weekend. In... [Read More]
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Two of Iowa's top elected Republicans on Tuesday condemned last weekend's racial violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, as "horrifying" and "unconscionable." [Read More]
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The state's Governor Terry McAuliffe said that the recent violence in Charlottesville was not the fault of "both sides" as President Donald Trump suggests. [Read More]
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"We are greater than the hatred we saw this weekend," the former California governor said. [Read More]
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Nathan Damigo, a former Marine and convicted felon is the founder of a white nationalist group, Identity Evropa. He is one of the organizers of... [Read More]
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President Trump doubled down on his original statement about the violence in Charlottesville, saying both sides are responsible for violence. A panel of journalists and... [Read More]
Trump drew criticism again from across the political spectrum for placing blame for the Charlottesville violence on "both sides." [Read More]
Richard Trumka, the president of the AFL-CIO, and the former deputy chief of staff of the union, Thea Lee, resigned from President Donald Trump's council... [Read More]
Trump again puts blame on "both sides," defends "very fine people" who attended violent white nationalist rally. [Read More]
Hollywood took to Twitter to express their opinions about Trump's position on the events of Charlottesville — and they did not mince words. [Read More]
President Donald Trump blamed both sides for the Charlottesville violence. [Read More]
One by one, Republicans distanced themselves over the weekend from President Donald Trump's comments that blamed both sides for the violence in Charlottesville. On... [Read More]
To Walter Searcy and other local civil rights leaders, the deadly chaos over the weekend wasn't a surprise.        ... [Read More]
President Donald Trump said the "alt-left" should shoulder some of the blame for the Charlottesville violence. Here's a look at what Trump was referring to. [Read More]
President Trump took questions without a script on Thursday, saying what he really believes happened in Charlottesville. Mr. Trump said both sides - the white... [Read More]
The Monumental Task Committee said it opposes any destruction of monuments. [Read More]
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