After a series of violent clashes between neo-Nazis and anti-Fascists in the United States, US President Donald Trump has had a difficult time singling out the white-nationalists in his condemnation.
Despite widespread criticisms of his statements, even by members of his own party, the President today continued to place blame “on both sides” of the incident, claiming that the white-supremacist groups were provoked into violence.
The record, however, shows a reluctance in calling out acts of violence perpetrated by white nationalists, including the Finsbury mosque attack and the Portland stabbings.
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