Trump: ‘No Place’ for Violence Seen in Virginia

Winchester News GazettePresident Donald Trump said Saturday there was “no place” in the United States for the kind of violence that broke out at a white nationalist rally in Virginia and appealed to Americans to “come together as one.” (Aug. 12). Subscribe for more Breaking As protesters clash, Va. governor declares emergency ..

It’s plausible Trump incited violence, federal judge rules in OK’ing lawsuit

(CNN) Three protesters may move ahead with their lawsuit against President Donald Trump’s campaign and two Trump supporters, one of them a white nationalist, who attacked them at a Kentucky rally last year. While US District Judge David Hale ruled out …A judge rules Trump may have incited violence … and Trump again has his own mouth to blame See Similar Threads…

Home To University Of Virginia Prepares For Violence At White Nationalist Rally

NPRThousands of people are expected to arrive in Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday to participate in, or protest against, a White Nationalist rally called to oppose plans to remove a statue of Robert E. Lee from a city park. The “Unite the Right” rally is March of white supremacists at University of Virginia ends in skirmishes ..

Virginia health officials investigating rare case of human rabies in Central Virginia

WRICAfter being bitten by a dog while traveling in India, a central Virginia resident has a confirmed case of human rabies, according to the Virginia Department of Health. The department declined to share any additional information about the patient Rabies: Virginia reports case in traveler to India ..

A judge rules Trump may have incited violence … and Trump again has his own mouth to blame

NRT24 – The courts keep taking Donald Trump both seriously and literally. And the president’s word choices are proving to be a real headache. A federal judge in Kentucky is the latest to take Trump at his word when he says something controversial. Judge David J.Judge Rules Lawsuit Against Trump Can Proceed Because Inciting Violence Isn’t Protected Speech