Trump's Rehash of His Charlottesville Remarks Was Deceitful and Self-Destructive

Trump's Rehash of His Charlottesville Remarks Was Deceitful and Self-Destructive

Funding for the border wall has flagged in the U.S. Congress as many lawmakers question whether Trump's main promise during the 2016 presidential election campaign is really necessary. "You make life worse for the American people", Cole added. "I think he could govern in a way that he wouldn't". But I won't do it tonight because I don't want to cause any controversy. "But Sheriff Joe should feel good", Trump said. We never forget who we are, and we never stop striving for a better future.

The rabbinic groups said in the letter that Trump's remarks were "so lacking in moral leadership and empathy for the victims of racial and religious hatred that we can not organize such a call this year". "What happened in Charlottesville strikes at the core of America", he said, blaming the "thugs" and the "dishonest media" for the violence in Virginia.

"His nod to Arpaio is the latest sign of the white supremacy that is governing the White House and it will not be pardoned", said Carlos Garcia, with the immigrant rights organization Puente Human Rights Movement, one of the groups protesting the president. While quoting himself, Trump did not mention his remark that "there's blame on both sides". I got the white supremacists, the neo-Nazi.

"There are areas where I disagree with the President on", he said, adding he doesn't think the United States should exit NAFTA or that it should have exited the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

Trump's Phoenix appearance was meant to tout his proposals for tax reform, but he did not mention the issue until near the end of a speech that lasted well over an hour. Kelli Ward (R), who's also considering a run against Flake.

Arizona's top Republicans - including Flake and McCain, were not present in the rally. During the huddle, Trump reportedly referred to Flake as "the flake" and "discussed the potential for a primary challenge to Flake".

In a not-so-oblique reference to Flake, Trump fumed, "Nobody wants me to talk about your other senator, who's weak on borders, weak on crime". And Faith Graham, the 13-year-old daughter of Robert Graham, the former state GOP chairman, led the Pledge of Allegiance.

John McCain shocked many when he cast the deciding vote on the so-called "skinny repeal", a fact that Trump is still furious over.

Prior to the rally, Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton said that if Trump is coming to pardon Sheriff Joe Arpaio, then his "true intent is to enflame emotions and further divide our nation".

"I think we will end up probably terminating NAFTA at some point", he said.

According to the poll released on Thursday, President Donald Trump is doing more to divide the country, 62 percent of voters said, while 31 percent said he is doing more to unite the country.