He then said that the driver of the vehicle was "honking their horn" and then "they were just, like, bulldozing through people". And you did hurt people. "We are strongly, strongly against violence in any way shape or form".
Hundreds of white marchers with blazing torches clashed briefly with counter protesters on the Charlottesville campus of the University of Virginia on Friday, the eve of a rally planned by thousands of white nationalists, media said. A few hours after violent encounters between the two groups, a auto drove into a crowd of people peacefully protesting the rally, killing a 32-year-old woman.
Her identity was not immediately released.
The Bell 407 helicopter crashed seven miles southwest of Charlottesville, the FAA confirmed to CBS News.
"We are treating this as a vehicular homicide", the chief said.
The death toll climbed to three in link with violent white nationalist rally held on Saturday in Charlottesville, a historic college town in the USA state of Virginia, police said. Corinne Geller, a Virignia State Police spokeswoman, says the pilot and a passenger were killed in the crash Saturday afternoon.
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The President's words contrast starkly with those of Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe, who angrily addressed the "white supremacists and Nazis" who came to the state for the protest, saying: "Go home ..."
"It's been going on for a long time in our country", the president told reporters in Bedminster, N.J.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions denounced the violence that broke out in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Saturday as groups protested a white nationalist rally, but he gave no indication as to whether the Justice Department would launch an investigation into the mayhem. "If you want to talk about them talk about George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, who brought our country together", McAuliffe continued.