Charlottesville Victim's Mom 'Will Not' Speak to President Trump


The mother of the woman killed during clashes between white nationalists and counter-protesters in Virginia has said she has "no interest" in speaking to Donald Trump after her daughter's death.

She goes on to say, "You can't wash this one away by shaking my hand and saying, 'I'm sorry.' I'm not forgiving for that".

Bro wants to build a legacy for her daughter, more than just sayings scribbled with chalk, flowers and candles, at the site of Saturday's auto attack. "I want you to pay attention, find what's wrong. and say to yourself, 'What can I do to make a difference?' And that's how you're going to make my child's death worthwhile".

"There were three more mad messages from squeeze secretaries for the duration of the day and I didn't know why that would have been on Wednesday, and I was home recouping from the fatigue of the burial service and, so I thought well, I'll get to him later and after that I had more gatherings to set up her establishment, so I hadn't generally viewed the news until the previous evening", Bro said. I saw a genuine clasp of him at a question and answer session likening the dissenters like Ms.

Heather Heyer, Bro's 32-year-old daughter, was killed Saturday when James Alex Fields Jr. drove at full speed into a crowd of counterprotesters gathered at the rally.

The family tells NBC29 they are still working out the details and paperwork on the foundation and more news will be coming out about all that hopefully next week.

"I hear she was a fine, a really - actually, an incredible young woman", Trump said. In comments Monday, Trump specifically called out "the KKK, neo-Nazis and white supremacists and other hate groups that are repugnant to everything we hold dear as Americans". "I'm sorry. After what he said about my child", Bro said during the interview. James Alex Fields Jr., a 20-year-old from OH who was attending the white nationlist rally, was charged with second-degree murder in Heyer's death. "I don't forgive you for that". That was a white supremacist behind the wheel of a vehicle that did that.

The president has been under great scrutiny ever since he stated Tuesday that "both sides" had a part in the deadly aftermath of Saturday's incidents. What I'm saying is this - you had a group on one side, and you had a group on the other, and they came at each other with clubs and it was vicious and it was terrible and it was a awful thing to watch.

"Thank you, President Trump, for those words of comfort and for denouncing those who promote violence and hatred", she said. "But her mother on Twitter thanked me for what I said".