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A White House spokesman has defended the president's statement.

The Democratic governor of Trump's home state launched the online petition Sunday, a day after a woman was killed when a auto rammed into a crowd of people protesting the racist rally. "There should be no place in society for racism, white supremacy and neo-nazis", Trump tweeted on Sunday morning.

He urged Americans "to come together ... with love for our nation and true affection for each other".

In a statement responding to the deadly attack, Trump blamed "many sides".

Trump came under criticism for not condemning the far right groups marching in Virginia, and instead criticizing violence by "many sides".

"You also got this some of Bannon-bart influence in there which I think is a snag on the president", he said, coining a portmanteau. Cuomo is calling it "a terror attack by white supremacists".

One day after her father refused to call out white supremacists in his speech condemning the violence in Charlottesville, Ivanka Trump explicitly denounced "racism, white supremacy and neo-nazis" on Twitter.

President Trump interrupted a signing ceremony for veterans to publicly denounce the deadly violence in Charlottesville, Virginia saying the USA government is "ready, willing and able" to step in. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah; Sen.

At the time the Justice Department called the number of leaks "staggering" and said they were "undermining the ability of our government to function and to protect this country".

Trump fielded bipartisan criticism on Saturday when he suggested that "many sides" were to blame for the violence at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, which ended in a auto plowing into a group of described "anti-racist" protesters - killing one person and injuring 19 others. His comment comes in spite of an analysis of the campaign cycle that revealed that "Trump shared more Breitbart links to his more than 15 million followers than any other news organization".

"Mr. President - we must call evil by its name", Sen.

White House Senior Adviser Steve Bannon attends a round table discussion held by U.S. President Donald Trump in MI on March 15. "I've never sat down with Steve and said 'hey are you a white nationalist or a white supremacist?' But I think the toleration of it by Steve Bannon is inexcusable". "Now is the time for leaders to be strong in their words & deliberate in their actions", Clinton said, adding "We will not step backward".

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