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Ivanka Trump calls for unity after Charlottesville violence

14 Agosto 2017
Ivanka Trump calls for unity after Charlottesville violence

"We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of bigotry hatred and violence on many sides", he said at an impromptu press conference.

Earlier on Saturday, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe declared the state of emergency as thousands of white nationalists, neo-Confederates and right-wing protesters clashed during the "Unite the Right" demonstrations, Xinhua reported.

Mr Signer told the same programme that the killing of a 32-year-old woman when a car rammed into a group of people demonstrating against the white supremacists was a "terrorist attack with a car used as a weapon".

President Donald Trump also reacted but was criticized for not directly calling out groups who supported bigotry at the rally.

Vanguard America, via Twitter, says that Fields is not a member and that the shield he was holding was one of many "freely handed out to anyone in attendance".

"White nationalists, white supremacists, they're not a part of anybody's base. And if he doesn't do that, you're going to see inertia and you're going to see this resistance from more of the establishment senators that he needs to curry favor with".

She urged the students and university staffers to avoid the rally and physical confrontation. In New Jersey today, the President condemned the violent outbreak in Charlottesville, Virginia.

The alt-right rally, possibly the largest gathering of white nationalists in recent years, was called to protest the removal of a statue of Confederate General Robert E Lee from the former Lee Park, since renamed Emancipation Park. The Charlottesville City Council also voted unanimously to give police the power to enact a curfew. People scream and run as it drives rapidly down the street.

"The shocking violence in Charlottesville - and the abhorrent ideology behind it - have no place in America or anywhere in the world", Garcetti said.

House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) tweeted: "The views fueling the spectacle in Charlottesville are repugnant". "It's been going on for a long time in our country".

The leaders of All Saints Church in Pasadena announced a special prayer vigil Saturday evening to proclaim "solidarity against white supremacy".