Pence: ‘No tolerance’ for hate from white supremacists, neo-Nazis, KKK

Vice President Mike Pence on Sunday denounced white supremacist groups in the aftermath of the assault in Charlottesville, Va., saying: We now have no tolerance for hate plus violence, white supremacists or neo-Nazis or the KKK.

Pence said the particular dangerous fringe groups have no put in place American public life. He had been speaking during a news conference within Cartagena, Colombia.

Both Republicans and Democrats have criticized President Trumps preliminary remarks about the events that unfolded in Charlottesville. When Trump resolved the nation on Saturday, he mentioned he condemns in the strongest probable terms this egregious display associated with hatred, bigotry and violence upon many sides, on many edges.

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Pence said that when Leader Trump spoke about yesterdays tragedies, his call for unity between each sides was from the heart. The particular vice president added that our minds go out to the victims of Saturdays violence.

Trying to explain the presidents place, the White House released the statement on Sunday: “The chief executive said very strongly in his declaration yesterday that he condemns all types of violence, bigotry and hatred as well as that includes white Supremacists, KKK, neo-Nazi and all extremist groups. ”

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It added: “He called for national unity and getting all Americans together. ”

Sibel News’ Jennifer Bowman and The Connected Press contributed to this report.