Ivanka Trump denounces white supremacy, neo-Nazis after Charlottesville violence


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US President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka weighed in on Sunday on a attack in Charlottesville, Virginia, with an seductiveness for unity, mindful there was “no place in crowd for racism, white precedence and neo-nazis.”

A lady was killed and 19 spoiled in a university city on Saturday when a vehicle plowed into a mob after a white chauvinist critique assemble incited violent. Trump, who has a following among white supremacist groups perplexed to his nationalistic rhetoric, has come underneath heat for blaming a Charlottesville attack on loathsome and influence “on many sides.”

Ivanka Trump was some-more split in a chatter Sunday pursuit for unity. “There should be no place in crowd for racism, white precedence and neo-nazis,” she said. “We strait all come together as Americans – and be one republic UNITED. #Charlottesville”

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