Rep. Maxine Waters lashed out at President Trump on Sunday, blaming him for the white nationalist rioters who left the nation reeling after they descended upon Charlottesville, VA on Saturday.

One woman was left dead and dozens more injured as a riot over the removal of a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee turned ugly and violent when white supremacist groups clashed with law enforcement and counter-protesters.

Then-candidate Trump "encouraged violence against protesters at rallies. We should not be surprised," Waters tweeted.

Trump came under fire by critics on both sides of the aisle for not calling the alt-right activists and neo-Nazis in Virginia white nationalists in his condemnation of them at a press conference and on Twitter yesterday.

"We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry, and violence on many sides," the president said. "When I watch Charlottesville to me it's very, very sad."

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"We have to respect each other," he said. "Ideally we have to love each other."

'No, Trump. Not on many sides, your side," the California congresswoman tweeted.

Waters said Trump has turned the White House into the White Supremacists' House.

The prominent Trump opponent has sparked speculation about whether she plans to run for president in 2020. Waters herself has denied the rumors.

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