Charlottesville, Va. (CBSNews) —  President Trump broke his Twitter silence Saturday (Aug. 12) after being criticized for his silence as protests turned violent at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Mr. Trump tweeted that all Americans must condemn hate and violence, without mentioning the Charlottesville incident directly. The “Unite the Right” rally erupted into chaos Saturday morning, resulting in fi... (Date:08/12/2017 21:14) Read full article >>

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