Following the Charlottesville rallies, which were put on to protest the removal of a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee and led to a white supremacist ramming a vehicle into a crowd of counterprotesters, killing one person and injuring about 20 more, Trump provided a series of controversial responses.
At a rally in Phoenix on Tuesday night Trump mentioned that "we'll end up probably terminating NAFTA at some point", because there seemed to be a wide rift between the participating countries regarding critical issues and a meeting over the weekend between the U.S., Mexico and Canada failed to bring forth a resolution.
One of the more controversial names in the news [VIDEO ] in recent years has been former Arizona Sheriff #Joe Arpaio . "Throughout his time as sheriff, Arpaio continued his life's work of protecting the public from the scourges of crime and illegal immigration", the press release said .
A police Twitter account said that a man had been "neutralized" and that the situation was under control. Spokeswoman Esther Natus of the federal prosecutor's office, which handles terrorism investigations, said the man twice shouted "Allahu akbar", Arabic for "God is great", as he ran at the soldiers.
Authorities confirmed that the fired dishwasher killed the restaurant's executive chef, 37-year-old Anthony Shane Whiddon. He then directed customers to the back, where they filed out of the restaurant then gave police their accounts. "It is a disgruntled employee". They initially said they believed there were "a couple" or a "small number" of hostages. The church shooter, Dylann Roof , has already been sentenced to death in federal court for the massacre.
The White House confirmed Thursday night that Trump had seen the report that wants to "redraw the boundaries of a handful " of national monuments , but will not call for the elimination of any sites. "Secretary Zinke is proposing to dismantle a conservation legacy pioneered by Theodore Roosevelt that has permanently conserved some of our nation's most valuable public lands and waters", says Tawney in a statement.