A timeline of the 2017 protests in Charlottesville and political fallout

The "unite the right" rally turned deadly when a suspect drove his car into a crowd of protesters.
2:17 | 08/03/18

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10 o'clock Friday night hundreds of white nationalist storming the University of Virginia protesting plans to remove a statue of confederate general office. Slightly. Morning when art goers who protesters. Outwards with what do you like mark. Just after 10:30 AM the crowd broke into the night. Local state that it's important but the plight and hopefully just before noon Virginia's governor declaring the emergency. Just before 2 PM the situation and time. He is silver 2010 Dodge Challenger they are down the hill what is the targets. Little time to react to the land. After a bit of the at and another car locked it act marks fifty. Backed out. Way what verse in a 32 year old woman left dead nine more rushed to the hospital five. In critical condition the suspected driver what you'll see Alice deal junior is behind bars. First response from the White House payload from the president. With the First Lady she treated our country encourages freedom of speech drew let's communicate without. In our hearts. We condemn in the strongest possible terms. It is egregious display of hatred bigotry. And violence on many sides. When that is. Senator Ted crews put out his own statement calling the attack a grotesque act of domestic terrorism. Senator John McCain treated white supremacists aren't patriots their traders racism is evil. And those who cause violence and its name mark criminals and thugs and many people in that group others that neo Nazis. And like. And the press has treated them absolutely unfairly now. Bus you had some fine people but also troubling. I think if we continue to create jobs at love those and I'm creating jobs. I think that's going to have a tremendously. Positive impact on race really like I do.

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