Graham, who spent considerable time at Bedminster over the past week, added: "It is how you react to him".
The student rally escalated enough to prompt a lockdown at UVA medical. Miska is known for trying past year to remove the shroud covering the Robert E. Lee statue at the epicenter of the original rally.
Their quiet gathering at the north side of the university rotunda quickly grew to a fighting roar.
"Last year they came with torches", said a large banner in downtown Charlottesville, according to the Washington Post. It has also fueled ongoing public debate over the media's role in covering white supremacists groups.
Things escalated when police surrounded class halls.
At one point on Saturday, dozens of officers in riot gear formed a line near where the rally was taking place, prompting many protesters to rush over yelling, "Why are you in riot gear?"
Tensions continued to rise through the night. A 28-year-old North Carolina man was arrested for trespassing and a 64-year-old man from surrounding Albemarle County, Virginia, was arrested for disorderly conduct. Both were released on misdemeanor summons.
FILE - "Unite the Right" demonstrators clash with counter-demonstrators at the entrance to Lee Park in Charlottesville, Virginia., Aug. 12, 2017.
The day's death toll rose to three when a state police helicopter that had been monitoring the event and assisting with the governor's motorcade crashed, killing two troopers. Gov. Northam declared a state of emergency in advance, allowing Charlottesville to have a heavy police presence.
"One year ago in Charlottesville, we witnessed an ugly display of hatred, racism, bigotry & violence", Ms. Trump wrote.
With chants like, "Cops and Klan go hand in hand", the protesters' criticisms of both police and the University of Virginia underscored the resentment that still exists a year after torch-bearing neo-Nazis marched through campus, shouting anti-Semitic messages and beating counterprotesters.
"We've always acted as if black lives never mattered, as if people of color never mattered", Bro told Cooper on Full Circle. "We must continue to work to ensure that our hearts are open to our neighbors, and our systems are committed to justice". "This is not making anyone that I know feel safe". Her parents, Susan Bro and Mark Heyer, challenged the mourners to learn from their daughter's love for others and outspokenness. "We all have a responsibility to be involved and to act".
NPR's Debbie Elliott reports that memorials have been planned throughout the week.
There are no official protests planned in Charlottesville this weekend.
The declarations enable law enforcement to access state resources, including the National Guard, if unrest breaks out at events in and around Charlottesville and outside Washington, where a "Unite the Right 2" rally is scheduled.
Counter-protesters turned out to demonstrate against the rally.
Organizer: The event was organized by Jason Kessler, who already had last year's rally on his resume.
He moved the event to the nation's capital after Charlottesville denied a permit.
Several white nationalist leaders have disavowed Sunday's rally and asked their followers not to attend.