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McAuliffe's book tour faces second round with Cville survivors at National Press Club

On the 6th of August, former VA Governor Terry McAuliffe's "Beyond Charlottesville" book tour returned to DC. The big question going in was just how much he would stink up the National Press Club by evading survivor's questions. This time the moderator did her best to hold the former Governor to the questions, but at one point survivors did have to interrupt him. Afterwards, one of the car survivors called McAuliffe an "artful dodger."

Ford Fischer's video originally posted to Twitter of Charlottesville survivors interrrupting former Va Governor Terry McAuliffe 1 min 33 sec

Security objects to distributing fliers "too close" to the National Press Club's building

Cville car attack survivors disrupt and discredit Terry McAuliffe's "Beyond Charlottesville" book talk

On Aug 1, former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe showed up at Politics and Prose to promote his new "Beyond Charlottesville" book. Several people who had been badly wounded in the Aug 12 2017 car attack by white nationalist James Fields got control of the Q&A session and hammered him for profiting off their injuries and donating profits to police instead of to those left with permanent injuries and huge medical bills by the attack. He answered their questions with the police, MPD escorting the survivors out of the building.

HD Video: the book talk breaks down into chaos, fed-up survivors begin chants 6 min 36 sec

Former VA Governor Terry McAuliffe responds with the cops to questions about his handling of "Unite the Right" in Cville

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