Donald Trump has condemned all sides for Charlottesville. But here are some occasions when he wasn't so impartial

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Monday, August 14, 2017

Donald Trump has come under fire in the wake of an attack in Virginia for not explicitly condemning white supremacists. 

A group of anti-fascist demonstrators had gathered in Charlottesville to oppose a "Unite the Right" gathering, only for the stand-off to turn to tragedy when a car was driven into the counter-demo, killing a 32-year-old woman.

A number of people have called on the President to explicitly condemn the white supremacists in the wake of the attack, but Trump has opted for a more balanced view, instead condemning "hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides."

However, the Republican billionaire hasn't always been so impartial when it comes to situations of conflict - as you'll see by clicking the gallery above.