In Appalling Speech On Charlottesville, Trump Condemns Bigotry And Violence “On Many Sides”

In the months since President Donald Trump took office he’s said some pretty horrific things. But the commander in chief’s statement on Saturday about the violence that a group of white supremacists unleashed on Charlottesville over the weekend was still jaw-dropping as he appeared unwilling to even lightly criticize a group of people who chanted Nazi slogans, suggesting that “many sides” were responsible and refused to condemn any person or group by name.

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