president of United States signed a resolution that rejects white nationalistic. She was adopted this week by Congress.Donald Trump has enacted Thursday, 14 September a Congressional resolution condemning white supremacist, who follows death of a militant anti-racist in Charlottesville in August and about ambiguous billionaire on those responsible for violence.
The text " rejects white nationalistic, white supremacist, Ku Klux Klan, neo-nazis and or groups promoting hatred ", according to a press release from White House.
The resolution had been adopted this week to unanimously by Congress, first by Senate on Monday, and n by House of representatives on Tuesday.
The president has assured, in a second statement from White House, "have been pleased" to sign text, adding that " as Americans, we condemn recent acts of violence in Charlottesville and we oppose hatred, bigotry, racism in all its forms ".Amazement in all camps
The text has been written to officially condemn violence of Charlottesville, in August, during which a protester anti-racist, Hear Heyer, was killed by a sympathizer with neo-nazi barreling into crowd with his car. Nineteen people were also injured.
The city of Virginia has been venue for two days of violent confrontations between, on one side Ku Klux Klan and militant white-supremacist – who opposed déboulonnage of a statue of a confederate general – and on or, many counter-protesters-racists.
Donald Trump had roused astonishment among us political class, including in his camp, republican, by a comment ambivalent a few days after.
While condemning white supremacist and neo-nazis, he said that re were wrongs – but also to people "very well" – " from both sides ". The leader n referred to " antifas ", militant anti-fascist and sometimes violent.