Last Saturday, August 12, a terror attack broke out on Charlottesville, Virginia involving white nationalist protesters. President Donald Trump made a statement condemning the behavior of "many sides" on this particular event.

Trump’s say on the terror attack

The president of the United States, Donald Trump, let out a short statement while he’s on his private golf club in New Jersey.

Trump stated that he condemns the bad display of hatred, bigotry, and violence on “many sides”.

The president also added that this particular behavior has been around for a very long time in America. It wasn’t on the former President Barrack Obama’s stead or his but instead, it has been around for a very long time. Trump didn’t specify and mentioned the white nationalists that were involved in the terror attack last Saturday on Charlottesville.

Incident on Charlottesville

The city of Charlottesville’s verified twitter account released a statement that 19 were injured and at least one is dead in the incident. The main reason of these casualties is the speeding car that crashed into another car.

This happened on a wave of protesters and counter-protesters, making the number of casualties worse than it can ever be.

The one who got killed was confirmed to be a woman and President Donald Trump quickly sent his condolence to the woman’s family via his twitter account. The president also sent his regards to those injured and being treated at a local hospital.

Demonstrators planned to rummage the streets of Charlottesville in advance to block the white nationalists' protest. These two opposing sides clashed in a college town.

The past and this particular protest are caused by the city government’s decision of the removal of symbols of its Confederate past. Similar protests have been recorded in the past. For instance, a protest happened last May when New Orleans decided the removal of Confederate statues. Trump made a remark last Saturday but failed to answer any questions. He closed his remarks on Charlottesville and convinced the people to remember something.

"No matter our color, creed, religion or political party, we are all Americans first," Trump said. Criticism has spawned from both Democrats and Republicans about the President’s statement about the terror attack on Charlottesville. Scott Jennings, a former special assistant to President George W. Bush, said the president lacks the absolute moral clarity that they need and expect from a President.