President Donald Trump said he has no regrets for his comments about the events in Charlottesville. Has he defined his presidency to the point of no return? Is it important to remove Confederate monuments and why?
Condemning both sides of the Charlottesville conflict, Trump says things that are true and the establishment finds uncomfortable, says former US diplomat Jim Jatras. Brian Becker of the ANSWER coalition argues that Trump is “emotionally with KKK.”
The backlash against the ‘Unite the Right’ rally has been swift following the horrific death of one counter protester killed by a white supremacist at the event. Now, however, organizers are trying to sue the city for not protecting their rights.
While the recent surge in far-right violence in the US bears a striking resemblance to the situation in post-Maidan Ukraine, it gets strikingly different coverage in the MSM and entirely different reactions from Western politicians.
Demonstrators have gathered across the United States to decry racism and hatred following a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, which led to violent clashes and the death of a 32-year-old woman.
Jason Kessler, organiser of Saturday’s ‘Unite the Right’ rally, at which a car driven by an alleged white supremacist plowed into a group of counter-demonstrators killing a 32-year-old woman, has been punched in Charlottesville.