The Trump wait is over.
Almost 48 hours after Heather Heyer was killed, the president denounced white supremacy in a brief, prepared, statement delivered from the White House. He confirmed his Sunday suggestion — delivered by retweeting an Axios story on the topic — that the Department of Justice is opening a civil rights investigation into the case.
How it played:
Go deeper: Trump was challenged by CNN's Jim Acosta this afternoon on his delay in condemning the white supremacy in Charlottesville. Video here.
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