Sanders: Trump not condemning Nazis

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) slammed President Trump over his comments last week blaming both sides for the violence in Charlottesville, Va., saying his remarks were “worse” than the rally itself.

“What we saw last week with Nazis and anti-Semites marching in Virginia was upsetting to all of us. The word that kept coming up was ‘scary,’ ” Sanders said, according to Detroit Free Press. “But what was even worse — what we’ve never seen before — is a president who could not condemn Nazism in the strongest possible words.”

“400,000 Americans died and many more were injured fighting against Hitler, and we have a president who’s equivocal,” he continued. “No, there are no nice Nazis.”

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