Well I think the President was frankly pretty unambiguous about what his Justice Department is gonna do, the way he views how utterly inappropriate it is for this hatred and bigotry. I think the President's remarks were very clear. It's when someone marches with the Nazi flag, that is unacceptable.
But I think that's what the president said yesterday. I think he was speaking very directly to the incident there. We've all seen the video tape. And I think he was speaking directly to that in condemning the hate and the bigotry that was on display yesterday.>> He should look in the mirror.
I mean, he made a choice in his presidential campaign, the folks around with him to go right to the gutter, to play on our worst prejudices. And I think you are seeing a direct line from what happened here this weekend to those choices. He has the opportunity, as do we all, to have a fresh beginning.
What I did not hear in the President's statement yesterday, as well intentioned as it may have been, is I didn't hear the words white supremacy. And, I think it's important to call this for what it is and to say, okay. This show has run it's course, this shark has been jumped.