Trump: 'Both sides are to blame for what happened in Charlottesville' 4 years ago

Trump: 'Both sides are to blame for what happened in Charlottesville'

President Trump held a press conference this evening and the primary topic of discussion was the terrible events that took place in Charlottesville over the weekend.

With another, similar rally due to take place in Boston this coming weekend, the press - and, indeed, the general population - are concerned that Trump not coming down hard enough on White Supremacists and Neo-Nazis would see that as a personal vindication by the man who runs the country.

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So when asked directly about his opinions on the matter, Trump made his stance very clear, by claiming that both sides were more or less equally to blame for what occurred:

Following the conference, the press attempted to ask some more questions as he left the room, and one managed to get him to answer whether or not he would be visiting Charlottesville personally:

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The reaction online is immediate and incredibly powerful, but perhaps for those who are seeking out a "Trump removed from office" version of a happy ending, we refer you to Carl "Watergate / All The President's Men / Getting Nixon removed from office" Bernstein's tweets from earlier today:

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