After a woman was killed and many people were injured by a car driving into a crowd of anti-right protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, the president of the United States said many sides were to blame for the violent clashes. While he later condemned white supremacist groups, Mr. Trump in the end reverted back to his initial statements in a press conference at Trump Tower, placing blame on “both sides”.While Mr. Trump was reportedly in a “very good mood” after the press conference, a storm of outrage ensued, but not only from liberals. “White supremacy is repulsive… There can be no moral ambiguity,” Republican Speaker of the House of Representatives Paul Ryan tweeted on Tuesday. Republican Senator Marco Rubio said white supremacist groups would see being assigned only 50% of the blame as a “win”. Indeed David Duke, a former Ku Klux Klan leader who was also present in Charlottesville, thanked Mr. Trump for his “honesty and courage”.