In a Tense Charlottesville, Rally Organizer is Booed Off the Stage

Drone Footage of Charlottesville Car Attack

Drone Footage of Charlottesville Car Attack

Pilot Lt. H. Jay Cullen and Trooper-Pilot Berke M.M. Bates were being flown in to help provide backup in Charlottesville when their helicopter went down in a wooded area.

Since a GoFundMe page was set up in Heyer's honor late Saturday, nearly $100,000 has been raised.

Asked what groups he was referring to, Bossert replied, "I refer to the groups that clashed yesterday".

"The people here of Charlottesville", he continued, "white people, black people, yellow people, old people, young people, we're a community that rallies around together".

Many critics - including Republicans - slammed Trump for not explicitly calling out the white nationalists in Virginia, noting that one woman was killed when a car drove into a crowd of counter-protesters, and calling it a "terror attack". "That's a very strong charge to level", said Tapper. These groups seem to believe they have a friend and Donald Trump in the White House.

He called them "under-equipped for the situation".

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And, like Trump, he pointed to both sides for the chaos that unfolded.

At one point, Kessler had to be escorted by a member of law enforcement, who can be heard saying to Kessler, "Come with me, come on", while ushering the man away.

A spokesperson for University of Virginia Medical Center said early Sunday morning that the hospital was still treating five victims of the incident in critical condition, four in serious and another ten in fair or good condition, CBS reported. "Their cause is hate, it is un-American, they are domestic terrorists, and we need more from our president".

Hours before the attack, the New York Daily News reports photographing Fields marching with allegedly racist group.

Samantha Bloom, Fields' mother, said he dropped his cat off at her apartment on Friday so he could attend the rally, according to the Toledo Blade.

"I don't really get too involved", she said. "It's been going on for a long, long time".

"My heart is broken, but I am forever proud of her", she said. The news agency says Bloom became visibly upset as she learned of the injuries and deaths at the rally.

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