Trump condemns violence in Charlottesville rally, says Americans must come together


Speaking from New Jersey, President Donald Trump condemned the violence at the rally, calling it an "egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides".

McAuliffe and Charlottesville City Manager Maurice Jones each made reference to "three fatalities" during the press conference, but did not elaborate about the additional two beyond the automobile incident. "He and his administration pursue policies and use rhetoric that embolden racism and bigotry".

Utah lawmakers were quick Saturday to denounce the violence in Charlottesville, where one person was killed and dozens more injured when a auto plowed into a crowd of people protesting a white nationalist rally.

Virginia Professional Fire Fighters president, Robert Bragg III, said on Twitter that the helicopter involved in the crash was a state police helicopter.

"There is no place for you here, there is no place for you in America", he continued. However, here we have a group of white supremacists and literal Nazis who are starting fights and throwing torches, and this is somehow still only being called a protest/rally/march.

Saturday's demonstrations turned deadly when a auto plowed through a crowd of counter-protesters, resulting in multiple injuries and at least one death.

Garcetti released a statement condemning the violence later Saturday afternoon.

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One person was killed and 19 injured when the auto that appears to be a Dodge Challenger crashed into a crowd of protesters leaving a "Unite the Right" rally. "We have to come together as Americans with love for our nation and true affection - really - and I say this so strongly - true affection for each other".

Donald Trump pauses while speaking about the violence in Charlottesville.

"The worst part is that people got hurt and the police stood by and didn't do a g-- thing", David Copper, 70, of Staunton, VA told The Post.

"Unless you're Native American, the first ships that came to Jamestown, Virginia, in 1607 and since that time many people have come to our great country to unite us".

The vehicle attack occurred around 1:00 pm, soon after McAuliffe declared a state of emergency in the city for the clashes between participants in the march and those opposed to it.

As of about 12:30 p.m., Charlottesville police reported that one person had been arrested and eight people had been treated for injuries by emergency workers.

Tensions increased as white nationalists holding tiki-style torches marched onto the University of Virginia's campus.Chanting, "Blood and soil" and "You will not replace us", the group rallied around a statue of Thomas Jefferson before they clashed with counter-protesters, CNN eported. Let us heal. This is not our story.