This morning, the UK Prime Minister took a different approach, saying in a statement: "Our thoughts and prayers are with #Charlottesville. The UK stands with the US against racism, hatred and violence."
Trump's daughter, Ivanka Trump, waded into the debate this afternoon, and took a more open stand against the protesters than her father, tweeting:
A couple hundred people gathered in public square in Murfreesboro for a vigil in support of unity and peace after the violence that erupted in Charlottesville, Virginia. Someone covered up a confederate statue with a white sheet as a sign that this group wants to leave racism behind them.
Since groups of white supremacists and neo-Nazis began marching in Charlottesville, Va., on Aug. 11, sparking deadly violence and further protests there and... L.A. Times - EuropeAlso reported by •WorldNews
GENEVA (AP) — U.N. human rights experts say racism and xenophobia are rising in the United States, pointing to far-right demonstrations in Charlottesville,... Seattle Times - Front PageAlso reported by •Mediaite