"Make America white again" signs. "Jews will not replace us" chants. Nazi flags. Torches and Nazi salutes. The predictable horror spawned by Donald Trump finally erupted in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend in the white nationalists' Unite the Right rally.
The reaction of the president? To wag his finger at the resulting violence, which he blamed on "many sides."
Around the country, Americans appalled by the rally and the president's words, have been speaking out. Now will Republicans in Congress repudiate him?