n a stunning press conference on August 15, President Trump reiterated the remarks he made Saturday regarding the White Supremacist rally in Charlottesville, VA that ended in horrific violence, commenting “I think there’s blame on both sides” and adding there were "very fine people on both sides."
These comments counteracted his Monday statement condemning the "alt-right," stating “racism is evil, and those who cause violence in its name are criminals and thugs."
But on Tuesday, Trump was back to the man we've come to know, and the despicable comments set Twitter ablaze.
Keep reading to see what celebrities have to say about the President's most recent controversy.
The beloved Harry Potter creator has been very vocal with her condemnations of President Trump.
Rowling has gone toe to toe with him many times before, and her flair with words and razor-sharp wit make her a very worthy adversary.
Sanders brought up the fact that millions of Americans died fighting the people that Trump just defended.
It’s hard to believe that these statements are necessary in 2017.
Lady Gaga set up a poll to ask fans how they felt about the press conference.
The results pretty much speak for themselves.
Comedian George Wallace brought up the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, and how this goes against everything he fought and died for.
What would Dr. King say if he were alive to see this?
Master of horror Stephen King made a brief statement.
He made a call to Republicans to take action against the President.