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Ivanka Trump said the things her father wouldn't on Charlottesville

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The crash happened just a few hours after a auto plowed into a crowd of people peacefully protesting against the white nationalist rally.

President Donald Trump has been harshly criticised for his inadequate and "unpresidential" response to the deadly attack that took place earlier today in Virginia, following a white nationalist rally in the city of Charlottesville.

She says the attack was a reminder that evil still existed in the world but she remained confident Americans would be united.

At the press conference, McAuliffe and other Charlottesville officials blamed the violence on the white nationalists and demanded that they leave Virginia.

President Trump has since condemned the violence.

A gray vehicle with OH license plates hit a crowd near the city's downtown mall, killing a 32-year-old woman.

The Democratic governor said he had spoken to President Donald Trump, a Republican, and twice urged him to bring people together.

Virginia State Police confirm that a helicopter has crashed near Charlottesville, Virginia, report a helicopter crashed, killing two people.

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"Go home", he said.

In related news, the Detroit Red Wings have issued a statement condemning and denying any connection to a Michigan-based group of white supremacists using the Red Wings logo.

"The shocking violence in Charlottesville - and the abhorrent ideology behind it - have no place in America or anywhere in the world", Garcettil wrote. The driver fled and was located and arrested moments later, police said.

Matt Korbon, a 22-year-old University of Virginia student, said several hundred counter-protesters were marching when "suddenly there was just this tire screeching sound".

Groups of white nationalists descended on Charlottesville to protest the planned removal of a statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee.

Addressing reporters, Trump refused to name white supremacists or any specific group, blaming the violence "on many sides".

The rally's goal was to condemn a decision by the city to remove a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.

Ivanka Trump said the things her father wouldn't on Charlottesville