Washington: Several senators have criticized the US Congress of the United States President Donald Trump because he did not condemn the action of nationalists in Charlottesville.
"Mr. President, we must call evil as it is. They were white supporters of extremism and it was internal terrorism," said Colorado Senator Corey Gardner.
A similar position was expressed by Utah Senator Orin Hatch. "We must call evil by its name. My brother did not give his life, fighting with Hitler and his Nazi ideas, to leave it all unanswered at home," he stressed.
In Charlottesville, the car drove into the crowd, as a result, one person was killed. American politicians condemned the violence in the city. In the US Congress also commented on the situation. US President Donald Trump responded to the events in Charlottesville.
Yesterday, August 12, in Charlottesville, Virginia, was an act of white nationalists, which allowed local authorities. Human rights activists are dissatisfied with such a decision. A state of emergency was introduced in the city. In the organization "The lives of black people matter," it is claimed that white nationalists constantly commit acts of violence against black Americans.
The number of injured as a result of the collision of the car to the crowd increased to 19 people.