washington - US President Donald Trump interrupted his vacation at a golf resort on Monday and has returned to Washington to discuss with some members of his cabinet about the events in Charlottesville last weekend.
Trump has planned a conversation with Justice Minister Jeff Sessions and FBI Director Christopher Wray. The president received a lot of criticism last weekend because he initially refused to name the responsible people for the riots by name and pleasure.
Many, also Trump's contemporaries, saw the extreme right-wing protesters as the founders of the irregularities. There were a dozen and dozens injured in the riots. Only after, Trump sentenced the extreme right-wing protesters.
Sessions said Monday that 'there is no more important issue at this time than the further occurrence of incidents such as that in Charlottesville. I will ask the president all the resources we have for this purpose. I consider this case as a case of domestic terrorism. '
A court in Ohio refused Monday to release the suspect on Saturday with his car on protesters on bail. At the incident a dead and a few tens injured. The man is being sued for slaughter.
In addition to Charlottesville, Trump will also conduct 'important talks on trade and military affairs,' he said on Twitter.