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Americans Are Sharply Divided Over Trump's Charlottesville Response, Poll Shows

20 Août 2017

"I was home recovering from the exhaustion of the funeral and, so I thought well, I'll get to him later and then I had more meetings to establish her foundation, so I hadn't really watched the news until last night".

U.S. Rep. Steve Cohen says he's going to introduce articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.

According to T.I., the man's comments on the extremely delicate matter showed he is a coward and a 'sucker'.

"I understand that President Trump wants to speak with me; I've heard from his press secretary and a few other people".

'Cowards throw rocks and hide their hands.

And that is when Trump had to change his statement.

"We can, and we must, respond by denying the Nazis and the KKK and the so-called alt-right the twisted totem they seek", Signer said in a statement.

The protests were initiated by the city's government decision of removing the confederate past, including a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.

Still, while criticism of the president over his Charlottesville response has poured out from lawmakers on both sides of the aisle, any resolution to impeach Trump would need support from the House's Republican majority to move forward.

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One woman was killed Saturday when a vehicle plowed into a crowd of people there to condemn what is believed to be the largest gathering of white supremacists in a decade.

"Heyer's mother, Susan Bro, said on Friday that she believes President Trump equated her daughter to the white supremacists". "If I felt like that's all they wanted to say, that would be different, but I feel like I'm wanted to be used for political agendas and I'm resistant to that".

Heyer, 32, was killed Saturday when a auto plowed into a crowd of counterprotesters gathered to oppose a "Unite the Right" rally of white nationalist and other right-wing groups. "He just can't forget his election trouncing.The people of SC will remember!"

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 auto into a crowd of counter-protesters and killed a woman named Heather Heyer.

Trump condemned the neo-Nazis and white supremacists multiple times during the press conference and reiterated a statement he had made earlier that said "this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence" has no place in America.

The first-term senator has also recently released a book criticizing Trump and fellow Republicans for straying from what he called conservative values. "The people of SC will remember!"

President Trump's instincts aren't serving him well on this issue.

A White House official said Thursday plans to form a presidential advisory council on infrastructure had also been dropped.

President Donald Trump on Thursday started his morning by lashing out at Sen.