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Theresa May slams Trump for failure to condemn far right — Charlottesville

20 Agosto 2017
Theresa May slams Trump for failure to condemn far right — Charlottesville

Trump said on Twitter, "Rather than putting pressure on the businesspeople of the Manufacturing Council & Strategy & Policy Forum, I am ending both".

Shulkin says it's a "dishonor" to America's military veterans to allow Nazis and white supremacists to go unchallenged. We aren't born with such extreme views.

The latter forum - known as the Strategic and Policy Forum - comprised CEOs who would, according to a December statement from Trump's team "share their specific experience and knowledge as the President implements his economic agenda".

I strongly disagree with President Trump's reaction to the events that took place in Charlottesville over the past several days.

In a Facebook post Wednesday, Housing Secretary Carson tells a story about a neighbor in rural Maryland who put up a Confederate flag.

Malcolm said there is a long-time division in the American society, which has its roots in oppression and violence that are combined with US history of land grabbing and slavery. "Terrorism has a Muslim face or Islamic face, but the greater threat comes from these racial supremacist organizations".

The poll was conducted over the last three days, meaning people were able to respond to Trump's statement on Monday as well as his inflammatory press conference on Tuesday.

Mrs May spoke after senior Tories condemned Mr Trump, whose comments have also provoked criticism from both Republicans and Democrats in the US.

Trump's tweets against Republican Sens. In this instance at least, the media enabled him.

"Racism and murder are unequivocally reprehensible and not morally equivalent to anything else that happened in Charlottesville", Morrison said. "[Graham] just can't forget his election trouncing".

Trump called Flake, who has criticized him, "toxic" and all but endorsed Kelli Ward, who is challenging Flake in a primary.

He also said people on the "alt-right" and the "alt-left" were to blame for the violence, even though it was a self-proclaimed white supremacist who allegedly drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters and killed a woman named Heather Heyer.

After those tweets, Graham released a statement saying, "Mr. President, like most I seek to move our nation, my state and our party forward - toward the light - not back to the darkness".

"Those who spread violence in the name of bigotry strike at the very core of America", Trump said.

Trump said there were "some very bad people" among the protesters.

"You look at both sides".