Sen. Graham to Trump: 'Your words are dividing Americans'

Sen. Graham to Trump: 'Your words are dividing Americans'

Sen. Graham to Trump: 'Your words are dividing Americans'

"President Trump's remarks in the wake of the violence in Charlottesville are outrageous", McGovern said.

COSTA: It is. And if you think about the Republican Party, they said to themselves, well, maybe we'll at least get some sweeping tax cuts.

The call for the impeachment of President Donald Trump seems to be growing by the week with 40 percent of Americans supporting the ouster of the president from his office, according to a new poll. He said Trump had "not yet been able to demonstrate the stability, nor some of the competence, that he needs to demonstrate in order for him to be successful". Bob Corker said after an event in his home state.

"Through his statements yesterday, President Trump took a step backward by again suggesting there is moral equivalency between the white supremacist neo-Nazis and KKK members who attended the Charlottesville rally and people like Ms. History is watching us all", Graham tweeted.

Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 17, 2017.can't change history, but you can learn from it. Robert E Lee, Stonewall Jackson - who's next, Washington, Jefferson?

He also tore into fellow Republicans Lindsey Graham of SC and Jeff Flake of Arizona who have criticized his statements on race and politics, fanning the controversy toward a full-fledged national conflagration.

After almost a week of analysis there are very few facts that suggest, as Trump did, there were "nice people" involved in the protest on the white supremacist side. Lindsey Graham and Jeff Flake, two leading critics, as well as the media, and said he not had drawn any moral comparisons between white supremacists and those who opposed them.

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Jack Christian said he has heard from one relative who said she agreed with the sentiments expressed in the letter . Lee and Stonewall Jackson, two prominate generals, as well as Jeffereson Davis, the president of the Confederacy.

Another Republican senator who has sometimes been critical of Trump, Susan Collins of ME, said Thursday, "The president should've spoken out far more strongly from the very beginning". Lindsey Graham of SC of falsely stating Trump's position on the demonstrators.

Other Republicans, including the most powerful in Congress, have been making strong statements on Charlottesville and racism, but few have been mentioning Trump himself.

The Senate, where there is a Republican majority, is crucial in weighing charges against him in the case of Russian meddling in the election if he is to be impeached someday.

But the belief that white people are victims ignores the structural reality of racism in the U.S., he added. Trump had blamed "both sides" for the violence, sparking a public outrage across the country.

The nuanced statements reflect the party establishment's delicate dance.

He also insisted that removing the monuments would violate a state law on war memorials that says they can't be removed, damaged or defaced.

"I think he made a bad mistake", Hogan said.

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Bannon's time in the White House was marked by controversy, from his early appointment by Trump to the National Security Council, which was met with wide criticism.

Bro said that she initially missed the first call from the White House because it appeared to come during Heyer's funeral on Wednesday, four days after she was killed in what federal officials say may have been a terrorist attack as well as a hate crime.

Trump, staying at his golf club in New Jersey, was increasing rather than slowing his tweet-a-thon.

"When those embedded embers flare up - and let's be honest, they still do, far too often - every elected leader, and indeed every American, has an obligation to stand up to bring people together around our core values and our belief that all people are created equal", the governor said.

Shulkin says it's a "dishonour" to America's military veterans to allow Nazis and white supremacists to go unchallenged.

The last time the House censured a president was in 1848.

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President, it shouldn't take you two days to build up the courage to condemn violent neo-Nazis and the KKK". Bob Corker of Tennessee said Thursday the president has not shown he knows "the character of the nation".

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