Trump has denounced the “flagrant manifestation of hatred, fanaticism and violence shown by many parties” in Charlottesville

Trump: America is no place for such violence

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The President of the United States Donald trump at a press conference condemned the “egregious” collisions in the U.S. Charlottesville, Virginia, but did not blame any particular group, saying that to blame “the hatred of many parties.” This writes The Hill.

According to him, the US condemned the “outrageous display of hatred, fanaticism and violence shown by many parties”.

He added that “this continues for a long time”.

Later, trump on Twitter urged all Americans to unite.

“We should all be United and condemn all what is hatred. In America there is no place for such violence. Let’s be one!” – wrote the President.

Riots in the us city of Charlottesville (Virginia) August 12, was caused by plans to dismantle in the Park of Liberation, the monument to General Robert E. Lee, who commanded the army of the southern States during the civil war of 1861-1865.

The clashes involved supporters and opponents of dismantling. Injuring several protestors. In connection with what is happening in the state introduced a state of emergency.

During the protest the protesters ran the car. The accident killed 32-year-old woman, several dozen people were injured.

Secretary of public safety of Virginia, Brian Moran reported about the arrest of the driver of the car. He did not name the men.

Later, the city hall said that the man detained after hitting a car on people in American Charlottesville, is a 20-year resident of Ohio James Alex fields.

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