Trump Urges Unity As Violence Erupts Ahead Of White Supremacist Rally


On Saturday afternoon, one person was killed and 19 more were injured when a speeding vehicle struck another auto, then ran through the gathered crowd. During a press conference after the clashes, McAuliffe confirmed that three people have been killed in the city.

One person has died and 19 people have been injured after a auto ploughed through hundreds of counter-protesters at a white supremacist rally in the USA state of Virginia. There is no place for this kind of violence in America.

Local police said the crash is still under investigation, with no further details revealed.

Cruz called the violent clashes surrounding white nationalists and counter-protesters "acts of domestic terrorism".

Charlottesville was under a state of emergency at the time of the incident after a day of unrest after white nationalists protested the removal of a statue of Confederate leader Robert E. Lee.

A flier for the event circulating on social media reads "Charlottesville, We Got Your Back" and "Bay Area United Against White Supremacy".

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The violence started on Friday, before Saturday's "Unite the Right" rally.

However Herring joins several other lawmakers, including Republicans, who criticized Trump for failing to label the violence as white nationalism and for condemning violence "on many sides". "We have to come together as Americans with love for our nation and true affection- really, I say this so strongly, true affection for each other". "These were white supremacists and this was domestic terrorism".

"Go home, You are not wanted in this great commonwealth".

President Donald Trump condemned the violence, but did not specifically mention white nationalists, neo-Nazis, or their views, instead criticising hatred and violence "on many sides", reports The Hill magazine.

One was a veteran law enforcement officer with more than two decades as a Virginia state trooper.

The rally's goal was to condemn a decision by the city to remove a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.