Republican senator warned Trump about 'affirmation of hate groups'

Violet Powell
September 15, 2017

The resolution calls on Trump to "speak out against hate groups that espouse racism, extremism, xenophobia, anti-Semitism and White supremacy" and calls the auto attack on a counter-protester, Heather Heyer, during the August 12 rally in Charlottesville, Virginia a "domestic terrorist attack". Tim Scott (R-SC) addresses a crowd at a town hall meeting at the Charleston County Council Chambers on February 25, 2017 in North Charleston, South Carolina.

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Sanders told reporters that Trump and Scott were "committed to continuing those conversations and making sure that today was just the first step of many of those meetings". "You look at both sides - I think there's blame on both sides, and I have no doubt about it, and you don't have any doubt about it either".

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He has also accused the media of being dishonest in reporting his remarks, telling his supporters at a rally that reporters "don't want to report that I spoke out forcefully against hatred bigotry and violence and strongly condemn the neo-Nazis the white supremacists and the KKK".

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Trump asserted there were good people on "both sides" of the Charlottesville rally and bemoaned rising efforts to remove Confederate monuments as an attack on America's "history and culture", drawing widespread condemnation.

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She also said they "primarily focused on solutions moving forward". In July, the Senate forced Trump's hand when it approved new sanctions on Russian Federation, sending him a bill that the White House had argued would limit the administration's flexibility to conduct diplomacy.

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