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Ivanka Trump denounces white supremacy, neo-Nazis after Charlottesville

13 Agosto 2017
Ivanka Trump denounces white supremacy, neo-Nazis after Charlottesville

The car-ramming attack followed a Friday night march, where hundreds of white supremacists carrying tiki torches clashed with counter-protests on the University of Virginia campus.

Three people were killed and 19 others injured during a white nationalist rally in the US state of Virginia, turning a day of violent demonstrations into a tragedy, the media reported.

According to the Associated Press, it was not immediately clear how the crash was connected to the rally.

The car that drove into a group of people counter-protesting a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday, August 12 killed a 32-year-old woman, CNN reports.

He went on: 'What is vital now is a swift restoration of law and order'.

Breitbart has close ties with the alt-right movement, an ideology that can be associated with white nationalism.

"You pretend that you are patriots, but you are anything but a patriot", said McAuliffe, who was flanked by Charlottesville's mayor and police chief.

Vigils and shows of solidarity for Heyer and for Charlottesville have been - and continue to be - held across the United States this weekend.

The White House is saying that President Donald Trump "very strongly" condemns individual hate groups such as "white supremacists, KKK and neo-Nazis".

"What the world saw today is not the place Charlottesville is", Thomas said of the violence that preceded the scheduled rally. Video emerged of the protesters shouting "Fuck You Faggots" at counterprotesters.

Police say a car rammed into a crowd of protesters, killing at least one.

Meanwhile, Virginia's governor has declared a state of emergency in his city. There are two confirmed fatalities, the Virginia State Police posted on their Facebook page.

The driver has been identified as 20-year-old James Alex Fields, Jr of Ohio.

This is a developing story. "It's a wrong thing all in itself and it's something we should reject in the strongest terms".