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"The most kind explanation of that can only be ignorance,” a historian says.
"No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion,” Obama said, quoting Nelson Mandela.
It began with a seemingly delayed tweet condemning the violence of Saturday, but not the racist groups.
Investigators are determining if the shooter is a member of a rival gang.
Charlottesville Mayor Michael Signer slammed Trump's path to the presidency, which he said, emboldened extremist views.
Ousted White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci said he “wouldn't have recommended” the statement that Trump made about the Charlottesville unrest.
Several Republican lawmakers have either called out Trump or issued statements singling out white nationalists and white supremacists.
All deaths happened within a month of the procedure, the FDA said in a letter earlier this week to health-care providers. However, what role the balloons played, if any, in the deaths has not been determined.
"I'm just saying that is the result of what's happening. Nobody asked for it. Nobody wanted it,” director of governor's D.C. office told The Post.
Release of video led to arrest, but man showed he was not in the city at the time.