13/08/2017 17:44 BST

Charlottesville Protests: 15 Things Donald Trump Has Condemned In The Past

1) Sadiq Khan.

Donald Trump has refused to outright denounce white supremacy, Nazis and racism after a far-right rally turned violent in the US city of Charlottesville.

Three people died - one 32-year-old woman, who was hit when a car ploughed into a crowd and two state troopers, whose helicopter crashed outside the city while responding to the situation ― and at least 35 others were injured in the Virginia city on Saturday.

But rather than specifically speaking out in criticism of members of the Ku Klux Klan, the white supremacists or the neo-Nazis who brought torches and bats to the rallythe US president blamed the unrest on “many sides.”

A White House statement on Sunday hardly clarified matters, saying Trump condemned “all forms of violence, bigotry and hatred” including “white supremacists, KKK, Neo-Nazi and all extremist groups” but still failing to single it out.

But the President isn’t usually this reluctant to condemn things as the following list shows...

1) Sadiq Khan

2) Canada

3) Kristen Stewart

4) Snoop Dogg

5) The Election That He Won

6) Global Warming

7) US Citizens Infected With Ebola

8) Arnie

9) Arianna Huffington

10) A Shop

11) Celebs

12) Comedians

13) Transgender People

14) Opinion Polls

15) His Own Attorney General