Trump condemns violence by extremist groups Charlottesville
The American president Donald Trump has on Monday the violence by neo-nazis, the Ku Klux Klan, white supremacists and other extremist groups, under pressure convicted.
He did so during a press conference from the White House. His words were aimed at the right-wing extremists this past weekend for the chaos caused in Charlottesville. By the unprovoked violence dropped one dead and several people were injured.
Trump was under a lot of pressure from both Democrats and Republicans because he initially refused the people responsible for the riots name and shame to name a few. That did Trump Monday: “Racism is an evil. Those who in the name of causing violence, criminals and villains, including the Ku Klux Klan, neo-nazis, white supremacists and other hate groups that are incompatible with where we as Americans value,” said the president.
Trump has his vacation interrupted and has returned to Washington to members of his cabinet to discuss the events in Charlottesville. He spoke, among others, with minister of Justice Jeff Sessions and FBI director Christopher Wray.
President Trump condemns violence by white supremacists and extremists in speech
Sessions said on Monday that at this moment there is no more important theme than the further occurrence of incidents such as in Charlottesville. “I will the president ask all of the necessary resources that we need to convert. I consider this case as a case of domestic terrorism.”
A court in Ohio has Monday rejected the defendant that Saturday with his car, rammed protesters on bail, free to leave. The man is indicted for manslaughter.
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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The extremists have now a new demonstration announced on 11 september. The groups want under the motto ‘white lives matter’, a protest at the Texas A&M university in the south of the country. Reports that The Battalion, the university magazine of Texas A&M.
The organizer of the demonstration, Preston Wiginton, says “to be inspired by the demonstration last weekend in Charlottesville was held.”
Richard Spencer, head of the far-right Alt + right-move state, as the speaker planned. He spoke last year at the same university at the invitation of Wiginton.
A spokeswoman for the university, the intention for the demonstration. “Meetings of this kind are not a reflection of the values that we as a school strive for.” Students have already said a tegendemonstratie to organize.
Demonstrations in USA against racism and violence after the incident, Charlottesville
Dead in running car on opponents of extreme-right march in Virginia