"I think he needs to separate himself a little bit from them, because I think there are a lot of people putting the two together".
The crowd attempted to assemble outside Trump Tower in Manhattan, but police barricaded the street in front of the building. Kessler was walking away from his news conference at the time of the incident, police said.
Across the United States, events were planned on Sunday to "stand in solidarity with Charlottesville. honor all those under attack by congregating against hate" a loose coalition of civil society groups said in postings on social media.
As the rally was dispersed, a car was driven into a crowd of counter-protesters, the force of the crash flinging people into the air. "Her mother (whom I will not name until she is ready) said 'She died doing what was right". She says she was a sweet person.
"We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides - on many sides", Trump said on Saturday.
CNN anchor Jake Tapper asked Gardner why he believes Trump has yet to denounce white supremacists and Neo-Nazis, including in interviews past.
Fields is a registered Republican and voted in the November election, according to BuzzFeed. He then fled on foot, led by Charlottesville police.
A spokesman told reporters they would be releasing a full statement tomorrow but 'for now, we feel it is imperative to let you know that Cole White is no longer employed by Top Dog, LLC'.
"That's not what we're about".
Meanwhile a white nationalist has been mobbed while trying to defend yesterday's protests, before the deadly car attack.
Charlottesville Police continue to investigate the fatal crash that killed Heyer and injured several others. Was he there to cause mayhem? "This language, this rhetoric, this hatred has got to stop".
The racial divides that fueled Saturday's violence were replaced by unity Sunday as one white elected official after another received standing ovations from the black congregation at Mount Zion.
Charlottesville Mayor Mike Signer also said it was a 'terrorist attack'.
The violence and deaths in Charlottesville "strike at the heart of American law and justice", Attorney General Jeff Sessions said late Saturday. Clashes broke out, and police began to disperse crowds.
The impact hurled people into the air and blew off their shoes.
Heather Heyer, 32, of Charlottesville was killed. His chief strategist, Steve Bannon, once declared that his former news site, Breitbart, was "the platform for the alt-right". She worked with me for 5 years and we just recently celebrated that accomplishment.
Counterprotesters were also present, and the two groups clashed. Nine patients were released. Va. Both communities are north of Charlottesville near Shenandoah National Park.
"I thought it had something to do with Trump". Fields is facing charges of second-degree murder, malicious wounding and hit-and-run.