USA: ‘Go home’ �\x80\x93 Virginia Governor to 'Charlottesville Nazis'

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe said that “all the white supremacists and Nazis who came into Charlottesville” should “go home,” speaking in a press conference in Charlottesville, Saturday, hours after a car rammed into counter-protesters at the ‘Unite the Right’, killing at least one person and leaving several others injured. “Our message is plain and simple: go home. You are not wanted in... Еще this great commonwealth. Shame on you,” McAuliffe said, before adding, “There is no place for you here, there is no place for you in America.» The Virginia governor also mentioned a phone conversation with Us President Donald Trump, where he stressed on the need for “a movement in this country to bring people together.” “I’ll be willing to work with you if we can work together to bring people together. But stop the hate speech, stop the rhetoric in this country,” McAullife added. Charlottesville Police Chief Al Thomas confirmed that there has been one death and at least 35 injuries resulting from the violent clashes in Charlottesville as of late this afternoon.

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