A total of 46 percent of Independent Americans also thought both groups were guilty while 51 percent thought the white nationalists, who originally planned the rally to protest the removal of a statue of Gen. Robert E. Lee from a small Virginia park, caused the violence.
So far, Donald Trump has sided with Putin over our intelligence agencies, denigrated our justice system, called the FBI Nazis, alienated our allies, praised brutal dictators, and now emboldens the KKK, White Supremacists, and Nazis.
The power of the USA president to affect the economy or "solve" a foreign policy problem is limited.
- James Murdoch, son of Fox News founder Rupert Murdoch and CEO of 21st Century Fox. "Everywhere in this country, people were horrified - North, South, Republican, Democrat, top, bottom, sweet, sour".
"We must be clear".
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Police spokeswoman Jennifer Donelan said an adult family member got home to find the three juveniles with trauma to their bodies. State's Attorney Angela Alsobrooks, said: 'We are absolutely heartbroken and we are so absolutely devastated'.
Many Republicans have rushed to distance themselves from Trump, after he proclaimed that there were "very fine people" on both sides in Charlottesville. "The president went on to blame both sides again just the other day saying, 'There was violence on the left, there was violence on the right, ' and equating the two", Tur said. But it didn't take long for him to walk back his stronger condemnation, yet again.
Here's the reality: There were anti-fascists, or so-called antifa, among the counterdemonstrators in Charlottesville. And Trump's reaction, typically, was to see no difference between those on the right - whom he didn't even name - and those on the left, who were just protesting these white supremacists. A 32-year-old counterprotester, Heather Heyer, was killed last Saturday after she was hit by a auto allegedly driven by a man who harbored far-right views.
"While we are not ashamed of our great-great-grandfather, we are ashamed to benefit from white supremacy while our black family and friends suffer", the pair wrote.
Nevada Republican Danny Tarkanian, who is challenging Republican Sen.
And those, unquestionably, were the "Unite the Right" forces who marched around Charlottesville shouting vile anti-Semitic, anti-gay and racist slogans, and came wielding shields and wearing paramilitary gear. "On many sides", Trump said.
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But, you might experience sensitivity to light, eye pain and loss of vision in one or both eyes within the next few days or weeks. So how will you know if you've been a victim Monday? Your eyes' cells can start to lose their function while you sleep, he said.
"It was a turning point in terms of Republicans being able to say, we're not even going to get close to that", Cantor said. By Wednesday afternoon, scores of Republicans had rebuked their president. We certainly get that. What Trump actually thinks "needs to be clarified", said Woodward. Columbia GOP Chairman Jonathan Lutz took a similar route.
Trump's constituents took his words as they were meant to be heard.
"Trump managed to stitch together an electoral college majority while coming millions of votes shy of a majority of the popular vote", Ayres added.
"Nothing has repealed the long-term demographic trends in this country, and nothing has changed the imperative for Republicans to appeal to a more diverse electorate if they hope to win national elections", said strategist and pollster Whit Ayres, a long-time advocate of the need for the party to modernize its appeal.
Katherine Wood-Jacobs, Pequea Valley GOP chairwoman and the elected Lancaster County prothonotary, also declined comment. Americans can only presume to know Trump through his actions, and if he kowtows to white nationalists, the Ku Klux Klan, and neo-Nazis, what does that say about the man?
Trump had also expressed kind words for Heyer, tweeting that she was "a truly special young woman". "They're always peeing their trousers", said Corey Stewart, a former Trump aide who has already launched a 2018 Senate bid in Virginia.
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It is by no means permanent and there will always be those who disagree with the local weatherman no matter what the forecast is. With 12 FBS programs and a population of 26 million, the state of Texas has only one team in the AP preseason top 25.