Trump blames media for condemnation of comments on Virginia

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The media "don't want to make our country great again", he said.

Trump started off the 77-minute speech by saying that "our movement is built on love" before ripping on one of his favorite targets, according to a transcript from TIME. "For the most part honestly, these are really, really dishonest people, they're bad people", Trump said.

He also attempted to rewrite his response to the events in Charlottesville by omitting the fact that he made a "both sides" equivalency between the racist attendees and the protesters who stood against them.

Flake recently released a book called "Conscience of a Conservative: A Rejection of Destructive Politics and A Return to Principle", which attacks Trump and other Republican members of Congress who went along with his election. The clear implication is that his supporters were the only true and patriotic Americans - not the "dishonest" media, or the obstructionist Democrats, or the Republican senators from Arizona that he attacked without mentioning their names. Not a fan of Jeff Flake, weak on crime & border!' Trump tweeted. The president and Flake have a contentious history, and McCain was one of the deciding votes that knocked down Republican efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act earlier this summer.

"I was glad that the President came to Arizona", Flake said.

A new poll by Quinnipiac University reveals that a growing number of Americans think President Donald Trump has contributed to a more hateful atmosphere in the US, and many think he's deliberately encouraged hate groups.

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Protests were held against President Donald Trump as he hosted a rally inside the convention center.

He was an outsider, not a politician, and it brought a lot of people to the polls to get Trump into the White House. "We have KKK. I got 'em all", he said.

"I won't mention any names", said Trump.

After coming under fire from both sides of the aisle for his response, Trump called the KKK, neo-Nazis and white supremacists are "criminals and thugs" on the following Monday.

Although Trump didn't pardon former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who long terrorized undocumented families, reports suggest it's coming. More than half of the people polled, 55 percent, said that there is too much prejudice in America today, while 40 percent said there is too much political correctness. Trump asked, sparking loud applause and a chant of "Pardon Joe!" I think he's gonna be just fine. But I won't do it tonight (Tuesday) because I don't want to cause any controversy.

As Trump continued to ramble during his speech in Phoenix Tuesday night, searches on google for the 25th Amendment surged.

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