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>> They want to fight. We're too smart to take the bait.>> Massive demonstrations continuing throughout the weekend in U.S. cities. The Los Angeles suburb of Laguna Beach, bracing for a showdown on Sunday, as an anti-illegal immigration rally will face counter demonstrators>> I marched in the 60's and I never thought I'd be, 40 years later, doing this again.
>> The face-off coming after tens of thousands marched in Boston, Saturday, to protest against a small rally featuring far-right speakers. All this, against the back drop of the deadly clashes last week, when white supremacists battle anti-racist demonstrators in Charlottesville, Virginia. A suspected white nationalist is accused of ramming his car into a crowd, killing a 32 year old woman.
>> Hey, hey, ho, ho, white supremacy has got to go. Much of the outrage focused on the response of US President Donald Trump who claimed, quote, there were many fine people, among the Neo-Nazis matching in Charlottesville. He also said responsibility for the violence lay with both sides. Backlash against the president's comments, appearing to tail him now for a second week.
Trump is planning to hold a rally for his supporters in Phoenix, Arizona, on Tuesday. The mayor of Phoenix, urging the president to delay the event. Warning his visit will inflame emotions and further divide the nation. Many of the thousands who marched on Saturday, condemned the president. But Trump tweeted praise for their activism, saying they were helping to heal the country.