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The driver of a car accused of crashing into a crowd protesting a white supremacist rally in Virginia had been photographed hours earlier carrying the emblem of one of the hate groups that organized the "take America back" campaign.A separate hate group that organized the initial rally pledged on social media to organize future events that would be "bigger than Charlottesville".In blog posts that appeared Saturday after the violence, the Daily Stormer, a leading white nationalist website that promoted the Charlottesville event, pledged to hold more events "soon".Fields' mother, Samantha Bloom, told The Associated Press on Saturday night that she knew her son was attending a rally in Virginia but didn't know it was a white supremacist rally.McAuliffe said at Saturday's news conference that he spoke to Trump on the phone, and insisted that the president must work to combat hate.New York Gov. Mario Cuomo on Sunday launched an online petition calling on Trump to denounce Saturday's white supremacist rally.
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