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Poll shows clear disapproval of how Trump responded to Charlottesville violence - Washington PostPoll shows clear disapproval of how Trump responded to Charlottesville violence - Washington Post
Twice as many Americans disapprove than approve of President Trump's response to the deadly Charlottesville protests led by white supremacists that ignited widespread political backlash against the White House, although a majority of Republicans offer ...
 
Speaker Paul Ryan on Charlottesville: 'There are no sides' - Los Angeles TimesSpeaker Paul Ryan on Charlottesville: 'There are no sides' - Los Angeles Times
House Speaker Paul D. Ryan kept a noticeably low profile in the aftermath of President Trump's equivocating response to the white supremacist violence in Charlottesville, Va., on Aug. 12. On Monday he spoke up with more force. In amplifying his views ...
 
Charlottesville Was Not a Surprise - Slate MagazineCharlottesville Was Not a Surprise - Slate Magazine
When I saw images of white supremacists raging through Charlottesville this past week, I was angered and saddened, but I was not surprised. Advertisement. I was raised in Forsyth County, Georgia, one of the most notorious “white counties” in America ...
 
John Oliver urges conservatives to condemn Trump's Charlottesville response: 'Say his name' - Los Angeles TimesJohn Oliver urges conservatives to condemn Trump's Charlottesville response: 'Say his name' - Los Angeles Times
Although some observers think Stephen K. Bannon's Friday ouster from the White House could be a turning point, John Oliver doesn't see it that way. "The truly depressing thing about Steve Bannon's departure is how unsatisfying it is," he said Sunday on ...
 
How Trump Councils, Google Firing And Charlottesville Events Show CMOs How To Deal With Brand Risks - ForbesHow Trump Councils, Google Firing And Charlottesville Events Show CMOs How To Deal With Brand Risks - Forbes
In an even more troubling and tragic way, the recent events in Charlottesville demonstrate other uncharted territories in brand risk. Following the heartbreaking violence, a movement arose to identify members of the Unite the Right march, powered by ...
 
The radical ties that bind Barcelona and Charlottesville - Washington PostThe radical ties that bind Barcelona and Charlottesville - Washington Post
... in the United States, police are looking into the background of 20-year-old Kentucky native James A. Fields Jr., who killed one woman and injured 19 others when he drove his car into a crowd of counterprotesters following a far-right rally in ...
 
Charlottesville Fallout for 2 Students - Inside Higher EdCharlottesville Fallout for 2 Students - Inside Higher Ed
As college students were identified as participants in a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., earlier this month, there seemed to be little that their institutions could do about it. Although they received calls from other students and ...
 
Bannon Was Set for a Graceful Exit. Then Came Charlottesville. - New York TimesBannon Was Set for a Graceful Exit. Then Came Charlottesville. - New York Times
Blue chip stocks slid last week after an erroneous report said that Mr. Cohn's resignation was imminent because of his disgust with Mr. Trump's failure to more forcefully denounce the racist Charlottesville, Va., demonstrators. Friends and former ...
 
After Charlottesville, faith groups search their souls for healing - USA TODAYAfter Charlottesville, faith groups search their souls for healing - USA TODAY
In the wake of the recent violence in Charlottesville, Va., the United Methodist Church has a message they think the country needs to hear. "Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good. Romans 12:21," reads the stark, full-page ...
 
From Charlottesville to Boston - Wall Street Journal (subscription)From Charlottesville to Boston - Wall Street Journal (subscription)
Struggling to find neo-Nazis to condemn in Boston on Saturday, some activists decided to attack the police instead. Or perhaps that was their objective all along. Meanwhile, a new report from Charlottesville offers some support for President Donald ...