Lara slams Mika for claims pandered to Neo-Nazis

Lara ‏ has attacked Morning Joe's Mika Brzezinski for saying that Donald was 'happy to pander to Neo-Nazis' in the wake of the violent Charlottesville protests.

Brzezinski slammed the president after he failed to condemn the white supremacist and nationalist groups at the Unite the Right rally after they turned deadly yesterday. 

Instead he chose to lay blame on 'many sides.'

'We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides, on many sides,' he said.

Mika Brzezinski - who has repeatedly clashed with the president - claimed Donald Trump had been reluctant to upset his far right supporters

Mika Brzezinski - who has repeatedly clashed with the president - claimed Donald had been reluctant to upset his far right supporters

Lara Trump‏ attacked the Morning Joe co-host for suggesting Trump was 'happy to pander to Neo-Nazis' in the wake of the violent Charlottesville protests

Lara ‏ attacked the Morning Joe co-host for suggesting was 'happy to pander to Neo-Nazis' in the wake of the violent Charlottesville protests

Trump's daughter-in-law Lara, Eric's wife, has hit back at the Morning Joe co-host, tweeting a statement the president made on Brzezinski's show.

's daughter-in-law Lara (right) Eric's wife, has hit back at the Morning Joe co-host (left) tweeting a statement the president made on Brzezinski's show

His failed attempt to condemn the act as terrorism was met with harsh criticism. But today, his daughter, Ivanka ‏, had no qualms about calling out the far right. 

'There should be no place in society for racism, white supremacy and Neo-Nazis,' she tweeted. 'We must all come together as Americans -- and be one country UNITED. #Charlottesville.'

Yesterday, Brzezinski - who has repeatedly clashed with the president - claimed Donald had been reluctant to upset his far right supporters.

' was happy to pander to Neo-Nazis & KKK members who support him. These anti-American hate groups are certainly happy with him. #Shame.'

The tweet refers in part to David Duke, a former KKK member who previously voiced support for .

Ivanka Trump‏, had no qualms about calling out the far right. 'There should be no place in society for racism, white supremacy and Neo-Nazis,' she tweeted

Ivanka ‏, had no qualms about calling out the far right. 'There should be no place in society for racism, white supremacy and Neo-Nazis,' she tweeted

Ivanka, pictured watching her father answer questions about North Korea on Friday, said that people 'must all come together as Americans -- and be one country UNITED'

Ivanka, pictured watching her father answer questions about North Korea on Friday, said that people 'must all come together as Americans -- and be one country UNITED'

President Trump admonished the day's tragic events, saying in a press conference: 'We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry, violence, on many sides...' but many thought he did not go far enough

President admonished the day's tragic events, saying in a press conference: 'We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry, violence, on many sides...' but many thought he did not go far enough

Now 's daughter-in-law Lara, Eric's wife, has hit back at the Morning Joe co-host, tweeting a statement the president made on Brzezinski's show. 

''David Duke is a bad person,who I disavowed on numerous occasions. I disavowed him, I disavowed the KKK' on Morning Joe,' she tweeted.

Brzezinski and have clashed repeatedly in recent months including one occasion when the president went on a vicious, personal attack on the news anchor, calling her 'crazy' and claiming she 'was bleeding badly from a face-lift' when at New Year's Eve. 

Yet Brzezinski wasn't the only one to criticize for his statement after James Alex Fields Jr, of Maumee, Ohio, allegedly plowed his vehicle into the crowd at the rally yesterday, killing one woman, and leaving 19 injured. 

Even his fellow Republicans slammed for failing to tackle the issue.

'Very important for the nation to hear @POTUS describe events in #Charlottesville for what they are, a terror attack by #whitesupremacists,' tweeted Sen. Marco Rubio, a former 2016 GOP presidential candidate. 

The Dodge Challenger (pictured), which is registered to Fields, plowed into counter protesters, killing one woman and hospitalizing 19 others, as violence erupted at a rally where thousands of white nationalists gathered for an alt-right event in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Saturday. Police said a total of 35 people were treated for injuries 

The Dodge Challenger (pictured), which is registered to Fields, plowed into counter protesters, killing one woman and hospitalizing 19 others, as violence erupted at a rally where thousands of white nationalists gathered for an alt-right event in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Saturday. Police said a total of 35 people were treated for injuries 

A witness claimed the act was intentional. He said : 'Yeah, it was intentional.About 40 miles an hour, hit about 15-20 people, crashed into the two cars in front of it, and then backed up and sped away while cops were standing on the side of the road and didn’t do anything'

A witness claimed the act was intentional. He said : 'Yeah, it was intentional.About 40 miles an hour, hit about 15-20 people, crashed into the two cars in front of it, and then backed up and sped away while cops were standing on the side of the road and didn't do anything'

People were heard screaming and crying in the aftermath of the smash, as blood was splattered on a car's windshield and victims were desperately calling out for medical help

People were heard screaming and crying in the aftermath of the smash, as blood was splattered on a car's windshield and victims were desperately calling out for medical help

Thousands of white supremacists took to the streets of Charlottesville for the Unite the Right rally on Saturday 

Thousands of white supremacists took to the streets of Charlottesville for the Unite the Right rally on Saturday 

'We should call evil by its name,' added Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch, the most

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