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‘There is usually one side’: Obama and Biden import in on Charlottesville violence


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U.S.
President Barack Obama speaks about Syria subsequent to Vice President
Joe Biden (L) during a Rose Garden of a White House Aug 31,
2013, in Washington.

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Theiler


Former President Barack Obama took to Twitter on Saturday to
import in on a white jingoist convene in Charlottesville,
Virginia, that took a deadly
spin when a motorist mowed down a throng of pedestrians and
killed one 32-year-old woman. 

In a array of tweets, Obama quoted Nelson Mandela:

The quote comes from Mandela’s journal “Long Walk to
Freedom.”

Former Vice President Joe Biden also posted on
Twitter, appearing to comment on President Donald
Trump’s progressing statements on Charlottesville.

Earlier on Saturday, Biden had also tweeted that “we contingency be
stronger, some-more dynamic and some-more joined than ever. Racism and
loathing have no place here.”

Trump had drawn recoil from Democrats and Republicans alike
when he
pinned a assault “on many sides” instead of singling out
white nationalists for condemnation.

“We reject in a strongest probable terms this egregious
arrangement of hatred, bigotry, and assault on many sides,” Trump
said. “It’s been going on for a long, prolonged time in a country.
Not Donald Trump. Not Barack Obama. It’s been going on for a
long, prolonged time.”

Late on Saturday, a FBI announced that it non-stop a polite rights
review into a Charlottesville automobile crash. 

“The assault and deaths in Charlottesville strike during a heart
of American law and justice. When such actions arise from racial
prejudice and hatred, they misuse a core values and can't be
tolerated,” Attorney General Jeff Sessions pronounced in a statement.

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