Trump silent as aides look to explain his vague Charlottesville statement

Trump silent as aides look to explain his vague Charlottesville statement

This is a community that I saw pick me up on my darkest and deepest moments to encourage me - and they've done the same for other people.

The Virginia State Police tweeted out Saturday evening the names of 3 people arrested at the rally in Charlottesville.

The 32-year-old woman who was killed during a violent rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, has been identified.

In a separate interview on the same program, White House Homeland Security adviser Tom Bossert said the White House "absolutely" condemned white supremacists and said the President's statement was geared at unifying people and calming tensions. "This has been going on for a long, long time". The Charlottesville terrorist was a white supremacist, yet, Trump still won't say those two words.

Samantha Bloom claimed she did not know of her son James Alex Fields Jr. was attending a rally for white nationalists.

The investigation was announced late Saturday by officials of the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Western District of Virginia and the Richmond field office of the FBI.

Some have called on President Donald Trump to deliver a more direct statement of disapproval after he spoke out against "this display of hatred, bigotry and violence and many sides". Not Donald Trump, not Barack Obama.

Virginia's Gov. Terry McAuliffe, who declared a state of emergency following the unrest, is expected to visit Charlottesville today. This is a time to lay blame - to lay blame on bigotry, to lay blame on white supremacists, on white nationalism and on hatred. "Shame on you! You pretend that you're patriots - but you are anything but a patriot".

Fields had been photographed earlier in the day carrying a shield bearing the emblem of one of the hate groups that attended the rally.

The White House has a "healing power", he continued, and that needs to be seen. "Our opponents have become our enemies, debate has become intimidation".

According to the newspaper, Heyer was walking across the street when she was struck.

"As many of you are aware, we're entrenched in a battle to remove a statue of Robert E. Lee".