Michael Signer, Charlottesville mayor, blames President Trump: ‘Look at the campaign he ran’

A day after violence broke out between counter-protesters and white nationalists in his city, Charlottesville Mayor Michael Signer on Sunday said President Trump deserves at least some of the blame. “Look at the campaign he ran,” Mr. Signer told CNN’s “State of the Union.” “Look at the intentional courting, on one hand, of all these white…

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2 Comments on "Michael Signer, Charlottesville mayor, blames President Trump: ‘Look at the campaign he ran’"

  1. RichardS1963 | August 13, 2017 at 9:58 pm |

    Well of course trump was condemned by both the GOP and the Democrats. They both hate him and his America first agenda. He had the gall to actually imply that maybe Antifa scumbags, or BLM terrorists were to blame as much as the KKK A-holes. The term white nationalist is offensive when it is used to describe racists. Any patriot who places Americas interests before the investor class, UN desire for open borders is a nationalist. That doesn’t make them a supremacist although the MSM is trying their best to imply it does. In fact, some nationalists are not even white.

  2. Kerin Bostock | August 14, 2017 at 7:50 pm |

    Media use of emotionally charged words while leaving out legitimate information is what makes conflict difficult to resolve.
    A well researched journalist who understands this is having difficulty finding work in the news these days.
    I feel strong enough to know that this Mayor is speaking prematurely and our President Trump is speaking of sound mind.


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