‘President Trump interrupted a signing ceremony for veterans to publicly denounce the deadly violence in Charlottesville, Virginia saying the U.S. government is “ready, willing and able” to step in.’
His tone was very soft-natured in comparison to his very harsh rhetoric toward North Korea and ‘thugs’ on Long Island.
He seemed vividly shaken as he tried to read he prepared message possibly aimed to calm racial tensions on a national level, but Virginia’s want him to not mince his words and go as tough on violent Nationalists.
A person was hit and killed by a car during a demonstration, and a bystander haphazardly yelled, ‘It was a Democrat,’ via
A National Emergency has been declared by the state governor. There are also, reports of imposers added to the crowd to stir up sport for lone reporting agendas.
Former president Bill Clinton may have said it best…
“Even as we protect free speech and assembly, we must condemn hatred, violence and white supremacy….’