Whitaker Asked About Trump’s Charlottesville Remarks: ‘There Is No Place in a Civil Society for Hate, for White Supremacy’

‘Congressman, there’s no place in a civil society for hate, white supremacy or for white nationalism’

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RICHMOND: “I’m asking you in general, do you believe that there were good people that were protesting and there were good people that were anti protesters? So I’m talking about the people marching with --"
WHITAKER: "Congressman, there --"
RICHMOND: "-- light -- I mean, the tiki torches and the chants, do you think that some of them were good people is the short question?"
WHITAKER: "Congressman, there is no place in a civil society for hate, for white supremacy or for white nationalism."

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