Mother victim Charlottesville refuses with Trump to speak
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Susan Bro, the mother of the woman who was killed by an extreme-right-hand-man to a group of left-wing protesters rammed in Charlottesville, refuses with president Donald Trump to talk. The White House had said in a conversation with the woman.
The mother of the 32-year-old Heather Heyer refuses this, however, “after everything that he about my child has said”, so she proposed Friday against ABC News.
“I saw only after the funeral, a clip of the press conference, which he called the protesters where my daughter was part compared with the Ku Klux Klan and neo-nazis,” said Bro. “That I forgive him never. Such a statement is not forgiving with an invitation and a handshake.”
They gave president Trump an opinion at the end of the conversation: “Think before you say.”
The White House did Thursday know “to look to a time when the family came out to meet with the president.” A representative of the president had a first attempt at rapprochement during the funeral on Wednesday, told Bro.
At the funeral of her daughter this past Wednesday, ” the mother said that “they have tried my child to silence. But, you know, with your act you have only her words stronger and made more impact. I would rather my child still, but now she has died, we are going to ensure that her death is still any value has had.”
Car drives into protesters Charlottesville
In the American city of Charlottesville, in the state of Virginia, is Saturday, a car drove into a group of protesters.
In the incident was dead and over thirty wounded.
Rescue workers and volunteers have the wounded to the hospital.
On the images to see the vehicle on Saturday multiple people creates and then rapidly drive away.
A 20-year-old man is suspected of killing a protester and five attempt to murder by using his car on a group of people to drive.
The FBI is an official investigation was started.
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Heyer died when an extreme right man rammed a group of left-wing protesters. It took more than two days before president Donald Trump the act in particular and nazis in general condemned. Later, drew Trump his statement and stated that “both parties” to the demonstration negligence contributed to the incident.
His comments have led to an inundation of angry and shocked reactions. So left economic heavyweights massive two important economic advisory councils of the White House and spoke also of the important followers of Trump the shame of his behavior.
A lot of the media places the last days cartoons in which the president and the White House were linked to the Ku Klux Klan and neo-nazis.
Donald Trump condemns also links violence in Charlottesville
The anger over the comments of Trump, has resulted in the recent days in the south of the US statues of important leaders of the Confederacy were removed. The alliance of southern states, who fought during the civil War (1861-1865) for the right to own slaves. Also these deeds Trump condemned. “It is sad that the great heroes of the history of our great country in this way to be compromised”, showed the president using his favorite communication channel Twitter to know.
The safety committee of the U.s. House of Representatives comes as a result of the incident in Charlottesville will soon convene for a hearing on the threat of right-wing extremist groups in the United States.
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