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Congress pushes Trump to condemn white supremacists
Wed Sep 13, 2017 11:59am

Congressional resolution pushes Trump to condemn white supremacists

Congress is sending a bipartisan joint resolution condemning the Charlottesville violence -- as well as "white nationalists, white supremacists, the Ku Klux Klan, neo-Nazis, and other hate groups"-- to President Donald Trump for his signature.

The House passed the joint resolution by unanimous consent Tuesday night, a day after the Senate easily approved it.

The resolution comes weeks after Trump faced criticism from both sides of the political aisle for condemning "hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides" following the unrest in Virginia, equating the actions of white supremacists with those protesting them.

He also called some of the protesters among the white nationalists "very fine people."


Will Trump have the cojones to sign the Resolution, or will he knuckle under to the White Supremacist Nazis, KKKs, etc.

    • Sandbagging the President! ~ PH🐀🐀EY, Thu Sep 14 5:46am
      Disgusting! Condemn hate group ANTIFA.
    • Exactly why our nation is going nowhere ~ Mondo Fuego™ , Wed Sep 13 3:55pm
      This is stupid, childish bullshit. He should sent it back to our spineless, do-nothing Congress and tell them that he wants a workable health plan, border security, tax plan, immigration policy, etc.
    • After all, leftisim has murdered even more people than Nazism. So BOTH must be condemned. The "Resist" thugs are no better than the Nazis and the KKK. DFM
    • So.. ~ Roy, Wed Sep 13 12:44pm
      It's not ok to condemn "hatred, bigotry, and violence" from all sides? If you're a BLM racist or Antifa terrorist you shouldn't be condemned and get a free pass? Antifa and BLM were the instigators... more
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