US President Donald Trump is facing a chorus of condemnation from around the world.
It follows him once again claiming the "far-right" extremists and their opponents are to blame for the violence in Charlottesville.
It was the US President's second attempt at addressing the protests where one person died.
"I think there is blame on both sides... George Washington was a slave owner... Are we going to take down statues to George Washington? How about Thomas Jefferson?"
Many took to their frustration online making the hashtag "#ImpeachTrump" trend the biggest it ever has since its launch.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May is now the latest world leader to criticise Trump's response.
May has been widely known to be passive to Trump's actions, until now.
It follows other big names around the world including Jimmy Kimmel and Lebron James who called out the President for endorsing hate and questioning if his presidency is on the brink of collapse.
"Deep down inside, you know you made a mistake," said Kimmel.
Others were quick to point out former KKK leader David Duke was one of the few to commend Trump on his response.
Meanwhile former US president Barack Obama's anti-racism tweet has officially become the most liked ever on Twitter.
Obama quoted Nelson Mandela condemning the hatred.
"No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion," tweeted Obama.
His tweet now has over 3.5 million likes and over 1.5 million retweets.
Obama went on to tweet more from Mandela's autobiographical Long Walk to Freedom with each tweet amassing over a million likes and retweets.
Social media presenter Aziz Al-Sa'afin looks at the biggest trends of the day.
Watch the video for the full interview.