Asked whether Trump should have identified white supremacists specifically as a subject of his comments, Pence said: "I think the president yesterday spoke to a national moment, words the American people needed to hear - that we condemn acts of violence, acts of hatred".
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence condemns both "extreme" sides of the ideological spectrum after violence in Chartlottesville, Virgin.
The United States along with Argentina and other regional allies have joined in worldwide condemnation of Maduro. He highlighted the hundreds of political prisoners and more than 130 Venezuelans who have died because they opposed the Maduro regime.
Vice President Mike Pence will address the 81st Meeting and Business Summit at The Greenbrier on August 30.
Ivanka Trump has explicitly condemned the white nationalists in Charlottesville: "There should be no place in society for racism, white supremacy and neo-Nazis".
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At a rally in Caracas on Saturday, Maduro loyalists denounced the Trump administration and accused US officials of conspiring with right-wing opposition groups to topple the regime.
A senior White House aide is defending President Donald Trump's remarks after a violent clash with white supremacists in Virginia left one person dead. Orrin Hatch of Utah, have called out Trump for his immoral and inadequate response to the attack.
Trump's statement drew quick condemnation, including from the Colombian Foreign Ministry, which said it opposes any 'military measures and the use of force, ' and said efforts to resolve Venezuela's breakdown in democracy should be peaceful and respect its sovereignty.
Some lawmakers say he needs to take a public stand against groups that espouse racism and hate.
A state of emergency was declared in Virginia this weekend after the rally - thought to be the largest gathering of white supremacists in the USA for over a decade - turned violent, leaving at least 35 others injured and one 32-year-old woman dead after a vehicle ploughed into the crowd.
The president did not single out any group but blamed "many sides" for the violence.