Trump blames media for widespread condemnation of his comments on Virginia

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And Trump repeated numerous same lies that have become part of his routine at these rallies, at several points telling the shrieking crowd that "nervous" media teams were turning their cameras off because they didn't want to air Trump's comments. He also called journalists "truly dishonest people" who "don't like our country".

In the Fox News interview, Flake said that despite their person clashes, he agrees with a lot of the President's agenda, including Trump's decision to appoint Justice Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court and his plans for the border wall. "For the most part honestly, these are really, really dishonest people, they're bad people", Trump said. Did they report that I said racism was evil?

The president has criticized Flake on several occasions of late via Twitter while praising his to the Republian primary opponent, former state Sen.

"I hit 'em with neo-Nazi, I hit 'em with everything. KKK?"

Last week, Trump tweeted that it was good Ward was challenging Flake, who Trump called "weak" on immigration and crime. John McCain showed a "very presidential" restraint.

"Let me be very clear to Democrats in Congress who oppose the border wall and stand in the way of border security: You are putting all of America's safety at risk", he said, later adding that the border security told him a new wall was "vital".

"We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides, on many sides". It's time for all of us to remember that we are all on the same team.

President Donald Trump's approval rating has hit a new low following his response to the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville earlier this month, a new poll finds.

Trump said he didn't want to mention any names specifically, but he did make references to Arizona Sens.

"If Republican Senate doesn't get rid of the Filibuster Rule & go to a simple majority, which the Dems would do, they are just wasting time!", he said.

The president said people within his inner circle told him not to mention anyone by name, though. Among Republicans, more respondents said they were more concerned about prejudice toward white people than toward minority groups-25 percent versus 21 percent.

There was concern among officials Trump would directly attack Flake or McCain, given his recent strife with both politicians. Trump asked the crowd.

"Shortly after Donald Trump finished attacking the First Amendment rights of the press inside of the Phoenix Convention Center, Phoenix police began attacking the First Amendment rights of protesters outside", read the statement. But I won't do it tonight because I don't want to cause any controversy.

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