Om du ikke har sett slutten av tirsdagens Trump-pressekonferanse enda, gjør det. Om du allerede har sett den, her er noen reaksjoner:
Stabssjef John Kelly…:
John Kelly during the President's Q and A at Trump Tower pic.twitter.com/vxR3hTUqe3
— Kristin Donnelly (@kristindonnelly) August 15, 2017
WATCH: White House chief of staff John Kelly reacts to President Trump's latest remarks on violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. pic.twitter.com/O9gwSCxwp8
— NBC News (@NBCNews) August 16, 2017
Tidligere KKK-leder David Duke likte det han hørte:
— David Duke (@DrDavidDuke) August 15, 2017
Dagens forside av New York Daily News:
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) August 16, 2017
Fra innsiden av Trump-administrasjonen:
"That was all him — this wasn't our plan," a WH official tells me in candid moment as reality of what transpired sinks in at Trump Tower.
— Jeff Zeleny (@jeffzeleny) August 15, 2017
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-Wisconsin, 1. distrikt):
We must be clear. White supremacy is repulsive. This bigotry is counter to all this country stands for. There can be no moral ambiguity.
— Paul Ryan (@SpeakerRyan) August 15, 2017
Senator Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii):
As a Jew, as an American, as a human, words cannot express my disgust and disappointment. This is not my President.
— Brian Schatz (@brianschatz) August 15, 2017
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont):
.@realDonaldTrump, you are embarrassing our country and the millions of Americans who fought and died to defeat Nazism.
— Bernie Sanders (@SenSanders) August 15, 2017
Senator Marco Rubio (R-Florida):
The #WhiteSupremacy groups will see being assigned only 50% of blame as a win.We can not allow this old evil to be resurrected 6/6
— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) August 15, 2017
Senator Tim Scott (R-South Carolina):
There is absolutely NO gray area when it comes to condemning groups who breed on racism, hate and division.
— Tim Scott (@SenatorTimScott) August 16, 2017
Lederen av National Republican Congressional Committee:
I don't understand what's so hard about this. White supremacists and Neo-Nazis are evil and shouldn't be defended.
— Steve Stivers (@RepSteveStivers) August 15, 2017
Meet the Press’ Chuck Todds tanker om det hele:
— NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt (@NBCNightlyNews) August 15, 2017
Denne tweeten fra tidligere president Barack Obama, publisert på søndag, har samtidig satt ny rekord for antall likes:
"No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion…" pic.twitter.com/InZ58zkoAm
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) August 13, 2017
Folk minnes tidligere førstedame Michelle Obama fra fjorårets valgkamp:
Michelle Obama: "The presidency doesn't change who you are. It reveals who you are." pic.twitter.com/vwhgJq25Ha
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) August 13, 2017
Racism, xenophobia, anti-Semitism & Islamophobia are poisoning our societies. We must stand up against them. Every time. Everywhere.
— António Guterres (@antonioguterres) August 15, 2017
Og fra Norge:
Ved å ikke velge side, tar man også et valg. Trump MÅ ta oppgjøret med rasistiske krefter. Tanken om et hvitt overherredømme er frastøtende. https://t.co/ulqM9qcGwS
— Børge Brende (@borgebrende) August 16, 2017
Simpler times, when this was classified as a press conference disaster pic.twitter.com/XATXvXKF2u
— Cody Keenan (@codykeenan) August 15, 2017