Trump's job approval rating hits new low after Charlottesville violence

Friday, 25 Aug, 2017

The most recent invocations surrounded when a president was undergoing a medical procedure which required him to be under general anesthesia, so therefore was temporarily incapacitated.

In a follow-up tweet, Donald Trump continued to defend himself. What is vital now is a swift restoration of law and order and the protection of innocent lives.

He started by condemning racism and the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, the weekend before last when an alleged white supremacist rammed his auto into a group of counterprotesters. "The most dramatic growth was the near-tripling of anti-Muslim hate groups-from 34 in 2015 to 101 past year".

One person was killed and 19 were hurt in Charlottesville when a speeding auto slammed into a throng of counterprotesters to a "Unite the Right" rally.

"That's true on both sides of the aisle". He later called out white nationalists by name two days later, but, in any angry news conference August 15, he blamed "both sides", adding that he was "not putting anybody on a moral plane". Without referring specifically to Trump, the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination on Wednesday pointed to "the failure at the highest political level to unequivocally reject racist violent events" in the United States. I hit them with everything.

The Nevada appearance is coming after Trump's rally Tuesday night in Phoenix, when he didn't show party unity when criticizing Arizona's two Republican senators.

"These are truly dishonest people".

"So here's what I said, really fast, here's what I said on Saturday: "We're closely following the bad events unfolding in Charlottesville, Virginia" - this is me speaking".

And he wasn't done.

Trump did spend the first part of his Tuesday rally accusing the media for twisting his words and inflaming divisions following the deadly violence in Charlottesville. Unfortunately for him, "the media" covered them in excruciating detail.

"I will not mention any names!"

"I went to better schools than they did". "I got the white supremacists, the neo-Nazi, I got them all. Just like they don't want to report that I spoke out forcefully against hatred, bigotry and violence and strongly condemned the neo-Nazis, the White Supremacists, and the KKK". "But we're going to see what happens". "I got 'em all".

President Donald Trump praised the "amazing" crowd at his Phoenix rally, where he flew off the handle against the media and took shots at Sen. Trump asked, sparking loud applause and a chant of "Pardon Joe!" As expected, the president's tweets and comments at the rally didn't go over well on social media. Trump visited Arizona seven times as a candidate.