'There is no place for you here,' Virginia governor tells white nationalists

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The college town of Charlottesville, Va., is quiet this morning after two days of rallies between pro-white demonstrators and counter-protesters turned deadly, with a motorist ramming a car into a crowd.

Virginia governor tells white supremacists: Go home

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Virginia's governor has ripped into the "white supremacists and the Nazis" who took part in a far-right rally in Charlottesville.

Charlottesville: Virginia governor tells white supremacists: 'Go home'

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Virginia's governor tells white supremacists who rallied in Charlottesville: "You are not wanted".

Virginia governor tells Nazis 'go home' and calls on Trump to fight hate speech – video

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After white nationalist protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, Governor Terry McAuliffe tells far-right demonstrators and neo-Nazis to ‘go home and never come back’. McAuliffe said he spoke with President Trump and implored him to help…

White supremacists ‘need to leave America’: Virginia governor

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Self-described “patriots” who push white-supremacist agendas under the false flag of nationalism are not only un-American — they don’t deserve to live in the US, Virginia’s governor said today. “How did we get to the point where people are…

Virginia governor to white supremacists: 'Go home ... shame on you'

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Alt-right activists held torches and marched late Friday through the University of Virginia campus in Charlottesville.

‘Jews will not replace us’: Why white supremacists go after Jews

Are Jews white? Not according to the neo-Nazis rallying in Charlottesville.

Virginia Governor Delivers Defiant Speech Against White Supremacists: ‘We Are Stronger Than Them’


Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe decried hatred, racism and bigotry in a defiant speech Sunday after a violent white supremacist rally turned deadly over the weekend in Charlottesville, Va.

Virginia Gov. Tells White Supremacists: You're Not Wanted Here


Gov. Terry McCauliffe says white supremacists are not wanted in Virginia or America and also called national leaders to help unify the country.

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