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Rally participants are likely to be outnumbered by passionate counter-protesters.

But on Saturday, Charlottesville appeared more contemplative than chaotic.

"We have people coming to our city for the sole goal of spewing hate", Bowser added.

But her stint in the White House lasted barely a year as she was literally turfed out by the President's Chief of Staff John Kelly, reportedly because misused her insider status and offended everyone with her claims fo proximity to the President, who eventually did not come to her rescue when she was sacked. "We love everyone. And, we're going to silence their negativity by showing love".

This weekend is the anniversary of the deadly Unite The Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Parking will be prohibited along the routes.

"Officers will be on high alert for anyone who will be carrying a firearm", he warned. The law allows officials to make that restriction to protect large gatherings.

"We're bringing people from all over Sandtown, and all over Baltimore City, to go to the Unite the Right Rally", said Reverend Rodney Hudson of Ames Memorial United Methodist Church.

Heather Heyer, a 32-year-old counterprotestor, was killed last year when a self-identified Nazi drove a vehicle through a crowd of demonstrators.

"I condemn all types of racism and acts of violence", Trump wrote. The city rejected several event permit requests in downtown, including one for "Unite the Right 2". "And we will also continue to pray - in these too divided times - that Americans will come together in new and renewed ways in this one Nation under God with liberty and justice for All". "Unless there is something they're not telling us and have some intelligence that the white nationalists will still march in force, it seems like who they're gearing up to monitor and observe and contain and discipline are those of us who want to resist fascism and racism".

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The founder of last year's event organized a march Sunday in Washington, D.C.

22-year-old Clara Carlson, who graduated from the university this year, says the rally was created to send a message that "we're still here and we're still fighting".

Protest groups are getting ready for a possible clash in the nation's capital, while law enforcement in DC prepares to gear up for the potentially tense clash. Police are anxious about clashes along the way into and through the city, and emails between Kessler, police and the National Park Service show that Kessler fears an ambush from counterprotesters. But police and others decided McPherson Square was not good from a security perspective, and the group made a decision to go to Foggy Bottom.

The organizer behind the main event, set to take place at Lafayette Park, is Jason Kessler.

The permit application for the Washington rally said 400 people were expected, and described the event as a protest against "civil rights abuse in Charlottesville". A group raised a banner that said: "Last year they came w/ torches".

On August 12, fighting broke out between neo-Nazi supporters and anti-fascists from a black-clad group called Antifa.

Dozens of groups, including the local chapter of Black Lives Matter, will counterprotest in Freedom Plaza. "We ask that those who attend not let their personal passion overtake their personal civility".

But residents of Charlottesville are still shaken and on guard. "Well, guess what? You just magnified her.' - drawing a standing ovation from the crowd". Carlson, 22, said she feared for her life when she and a group of her friends were surrounded by the phalanx of young white men at the statue.

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