The President of the United States Donald trump is finally condemned the “evil” “racist violence” in Charlottesville on Monday, two days after the March supremacists, which killed one of the participants of contraction. According to The Telegraf.

After criticism due to the fact that he has not spoken out against white extremist groups, trump addressed the nation from the White house and warned those who participated in Saturday’s events that they will be prosecuted.

“For all who have acted in a criminal way as a result of racist violence this weekend, you will be brought to justice,” said trump.

He called Saturday’s action “a blatant manifestation of hatred and violence”, which, according to him, “there should be no place in America.”

“Racism is evil. And those who cause violence in its name are the thugs – including the KKK, neo-Nazis, white Suprematists and other groups of hatred”, – said the President of the United States.

“We are a nation based on the fact that all are created equal,” he added.

On 12 August in the American town of Charlottesville in Virginia passed a March of the white nationalists, which resulted in massive clashes with their opponents. During the March, the car crashed into a group of protesters against the vote. As a result of collision killed a woman, more than 20 people were injured.

Trump has declared that condemns “this is a blatant manifestation of hatred, bigotry and violence from many sides.”




Charlottesville, VA: trump directly condemned the racism and violence 15.08.2017

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