Critics hit Trump for condemning Charlottesville violence without mentioning white supremacists
Sunday, 13 August 2017 () Civil rights groups, politicians and activists fired off criticism at President Trump on Saturday after he condemned violence in Charlottesville, Va., that left one person dead and dozens injured but avoided mentioning the white supremacists and neo-Nazis that marched on the city.
Merck's chief executive resigned on Monday from a business panel led by Donald Trump, in a strong rebuke to the U.S. president over his initial response to a violent white nationalist rally in Virginia. Lisa Bernhard reports.
At least 3 people were killed and 34 injured in hours of violence between white supremacists and counter protesters in the town of Charlottesville. The state's... IndiaTimes - SportsAlso reported by •Rediff.com •Reuters India
NEW YORK, Aug. 18, 2017 : Today, a coalition of multiracial business and community organizations that include African Americans, Hispanic, and Asian Americans... newKerala.com - WorldAlso reported by •DNA •ANI News
When white supremacists began rallying in downtown Charlottesville this weekend, Liz Licht kept the TV off, trying to shield her three kids from the hate spewed... DNA - WorldAlso reported by •ANI News
US President Donald Trump is under fire from both Republicans and Democrats for his muted response to the violence unleashed by white supremacists during a rally... DNA - WorldAlso reported by •ANI News
Democratic state senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal says she posted her comments on Facebook following Trump's response to violence at a white supremacist rally in... DNA - WorldAlso reported by •Reuters India