President Trump will address violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, in remarks from New Jersey Saturday, his first since white nationalist group protests turned violent.
The protests, which originated to speak out against the removal of a statute of confederate general Robert E. Lee, became aggressive and dangerous before the rally was supposed to start at noon, resulting in multiple fights and injuries. A, resulting in at least four injuries.
Mr. Trump on Twitter said Americans must unite against hate, although he didn’t specifically condemn the white nationalist sentiment or Nazi symbols that appeared in Charlottesville.
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