In the shadow of the rally, thousands of protesters took to the streets. He was like a child blaming a child for something else, 'He did it. I didn't do it.' He certainly opened up the race wound from Charlottesville.
Four people were arrested, including an 18-year-old armed man on three counts of aggravated assault on police, disorderly conduct and one count of resisting arrest. I can think of a couple with those gentleman, but nevertheless we have very good working relationship. He's going to be just fine.
Flake has sharpened his criticism of Trump recently, but has largely cosigned the president's agenda. "But I'll make a prediction". "I really question his ability to be, his fitness to be in this office and I also am beginning to wonder about his motivation for it. Maybe he is looking for a way out", Clapper said.
US President Donald Trump has defended his white supremacist response to the Charlottesville violence, omitting that he blamed "many sides" for the clashes. He denounced the government shutdown threat as "irresponsible and reckless", saying it would involve the taking of private property and be a "shameful chapter in our history".
A few small skirmishes broke out with police during the day, but the demonstrators - many carrying megaphones, signs and water bottles to ward off the heat - continued to converge on the area.
Emails to Sen. Ted Cruz's press team were not immediately returned.
Arizona's two Republican US senators, who have both clashed with the president, skipped the event. "You people understand", he said while talking about his response to the tragedy. I won't do it tonight because I don't want to cause any controversy, okay?
The streets surrounding the convention center where Trump's rally was held were packed by 3:00 p.m., CNN reported.