President Donald Trump finally did what no-one in the Conservative Establishment would: calling out the Antifa (the "Alt Left" in his words) for sparking violence at the legally-sanctioned demonstration in Charlottesville: "You had a group on the other side that came charging in without permit," the President said. "They were very violent" [Trump Says 'Both Sides' to Blame in Charlottesville Violence, Reversing Monday's Stance, by Peter Nicholas, Wall Street Journal, August 15, 2017].
This is objectively a true statement. And it has sparked nothing short of shrieking hysteria from the Opposition Party, the far-Left journalists who are tirelessly working to overthrow the President of the United States and ruin the lives of everyone who voted for him.
But Donald Trump did say something questionable. He called James Alex Fields Jr., the man who allegedly drove a car that collided with a crowd of protesters and killed one person, a "murderer."