Donald Trump once again blames 'all sides' for Charlottesville violence that killed anti-Nazi protester Donald Trump has doubled down on comments he made about there being blame on "all sides" for violence in Charlottesville, following a meeting with a black senator. Independent on September 14, 2017
Miss Texas lambasts Donald Trump's handling of Charlottesville violence in beauty pageant response Margana Wood said the attack was terrorism and the President should have said so earlier to make 'sure all Americans feel safe in this country' Independent on September 11, 2017
Steve Bannon said during a '60 Minutes' interview that Gary Cohn should have resigned after Charlottesville.
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon says Donald Trump's top economic adviser.. Source: Geo Beats - on September 15, 2017 The House and Senate passed joint legislation that condemns the violence in Charlottesville and white supremacists at large.
The House and Senate passed joint legislation that condemns the violence.. Source: Geo Beats - on September 15, 2017 Sarah Huckabee Sanders said on Wednesday that President Trump will "absolutely" sign the resolution that denounces Charlottesville violence.
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders has.. Source: Geo Beats - on September 15, 2017 On Wednesday, CNN reported that Congress is sending a bipartisan join resolution to President Donald Trump, to condemn the all "hate groups" involved in the Charlottesville violence. The House passed.. Source: Wochit Headline News - on September 13, 2017 A task force met Tuesday for the first time to talk about the permit process that allowed the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville to happen in the first place. Source: WTVR - on September 12, 2017
US high schools named after Confederate generals consider rebranding as new academic year dawns Institutions christened after Robert E. Lee, Thomas 'Stonewall' Jackson and other Southern Civil War icons facing calls to rename as protesters topple statues in wake of Charlottesville violence Independent on August 30, 2017
Confederate flag sales surge after Charlottesville violence Retailers report demand surging in wake of far-right rallies Independent on August 29, 2017
Charlottesville violence: Rabbis cancel Trump call over remarks Prominent groups cancel an annual call because of Mr Trump's response to the Charlottesville unrest. BBC News on August 24, 2017 Charlottesville violence: White supremacist Cantwell hands himself in A man who was in a Vice documentary about Charlottesville faces charges over his role in the clashes. BBC News on August 24, 2017
Charlottesville violence: What Germans think seeing a US far-right rally The display of Nazi symbols is illegal in Germany - so what was it like for Germans to see neo-Nazis joining white supremacists to march in Virginia? BBC News on August 21, 2017 Starbucks chairman questions America's 'moral fibre' after Charlottesville violence 'The moral fibre, the values, and what we as a country have stood for is literally hanging in the abyss,' Howard Schultz told employees Independent on August 18, 2017
Fox CEO denounces Trump's reaction to Charlottesville James Murdoch, the CEO of 21st Century Fox, slammed Trump's equivocating response to the Charlottesville violence in a letter to staff on Thursday. MailOnline on August 18, 2017 Donald Trump bemoans Confederate monument removals and 'history being ripped apart' The US President has returned to his combative stance on the Charlottesville violence, insisting anew "both sides" were to blame Wales Online on August 17, 2017
Apple CEO Tim Cook attacks Donald Trump's incendiary comments on Charlottesville violence Tech boss emails all employees as President disbands industry advice councils Independent on August 17, 2017 Phoenix mayor Greg Stanton asks Donald Trump to delay rally due to Charlottesville violence 'I am disappointed that President Trump has chosen to hold a campaign rally as our nation is still healing from the tragic events,' says mayor Independent on August 17, 2017
Phoenix mayor fears Donald Trump's visit will 'enflame emotions' in wake of Charlottesville violence Telegraph.co.uk on August 17, 2017 RNC chair says blame for Charlottesville violence 'lays squarely on white supremacists' Republicans appear more apprehensive about addressing the President directly for his view that 'there's blame on both sides' Independent on August 16, 2017