"He failed as the moral leader of our country that day. He came out of the closet and showed us who he truly is, a racist, plain and simple."
In the aftermath of Charlottesville, Trump's statement about the clash became a large part of the news itself and was widely criticized for inflaming the situation by not unequivocally condemning the actions of the white supremacists.
Ted Cruz and Bill Cassidy's push to declare a group responsible for zero deaths a terrorist organization is equal parts alarming and ludicrous.
Trump & Co use charges of anti-Semitism to protect Israel and to attack Democrats, but never to condemn those among their supporters who have taken Jew-hatred to murderous new heights.
The Democratic Party "have more hate than any of the hate that was at Charlottesville" and that they "are a bigger hate group than the KKK," Limbaugh said.
A group of armed neo-Nazis from the National Socialist Movement sought to incite violence at the Detroit Pride Parade, the city's police chief James Craig said.
Jewish leaders have warned their community to stay away from the demonstrations.
"Enough's enough, man," Biden said at a rally in Iowa. "This is nonsense."
"The president is now glorifying a loser," Congressman James Clyburn pointed out on Sunday. "Robert E. Lee was a loser," he asserted.
Fox News abruptly cut off a guest and went to commercial as he suggested Saturday's San Diego-area synagogue shooting and a rise in U.S. anti-Semitism was tied to Trump's election and the president's failure to condemn the 2017 Charlottesville rallies.
Susan Bro, Heather Heyer's mother, said Biden's call was "probably to make sure I was OK. Apparently, there were rumors swirling that I was devastated and traumatized, and none of those things were true."
"It is clear that I am not alone in my feelings about our team going to the Trump White House."
"I'm worried about her ideas. She's nothing more than the symptom of a broken culture," Charlie Kirk said of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
"If you killed the 50 loudest Leftists in the United States, especially if you didn't get caught, and continued killing, these people would shut their stupid f**king a**hole mouths."
Ex-White House adviser says anti-bigotry resolution should have focused on Omar's comments.
"I've actually had conversations with the president about Charlottesville, and we were in total disagreement."
The former vice president also took aim at President Donald Trump.
"Look, it's been my practice for the last couple of years not to make sort of random observations of the president tweeting and other stuff," McConnell told reporters.
The jury recommended an additional 419 years for charges stemming from when Fields rammed his car into the crowd.
When the Veterans Affairs chief diversity officer urged the agency to denounce the "repugnant display of hate and bigotry" in Charlottesville, a White House appointee told her to stand down.
"I heard screeching tires and an engine revving as it sped past me up the street," a photographer said.
The FBI arrested the leader and two members of a Southern California white supremacist group, the Rise Above Movement, for inciting political riots.
Each participant faces up to 10 years in jail if convicted of both traveling to incite riots and conspiracy to riot.
Jeffrey Winder denied being the man seen attacking Jason Kessler as he tried to give a press conference the day after the deadly rally.