President Donald Trump's fiery press conference Tuesday capped a series of controversial statements he's made about the violence at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville and has invited criticism from Texas Democrats and Republicans alike.

Read related Tribune coverage:

  • After Texas A&M canceled white nationalist Preston Wiginton's Sept. 11 campus rally, Wiginton said Tuesday that he was pondering a march on a public street that passes through the College Station campus. [Full story]

  • The spark that started the deadly white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Saturday — unrest over Confederate monuments — has been reignited here in Texas. Here's a look at what cities are considering. [Full story]

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