A handful of Minnesota’s members of Congress, including several DFLers and one Republican, tweeted in response to President Trump’s comments on Tuesday suggesting that counter-protesters on the left were also responsible for violence that broke out over the weekend at a Virginia rally organized by white supremacists, neo-Nazis and members of the alt-right movement.

U.S. Rep. Erik Paulsen, Republican: “This is cut-and-dry: White supremacists and neo-Nazis have no place in our society & that should be made unequivocally clear on all levels.”

U.S. Rep. Tim Walz, DFL: For @realDonaldTrump to use the bully pulpit, not as a force for good, but to serve as an apologist for Nazis is an affront to our values.”

“Americans don’t just deserve moral leadership from our POTUS, we demand it. @realDonaldTrump’s failure to see good from evil is despicable.”

“We are the greatest country on earth. I won’t & we can’t be silent while one man disgraces all that we stand for. We must keep speaking out.”

U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum, DFL: “@realDonaldTrump’s defense of the KKK & neo-Nazis is disgusting. I reject this vile comment & all Americans should.”

“To my @HouseGOP and @SenateGOP colleagues: it’s time for you to join us and condemn @realDonaldTrump’s embrace of the KKK and neo-Nazis.”

U.S. Sen. Al Franken, DFL: “When someone shows you who they are, you believe them. Trump is again letting white supremacists off the hook for #Charlottesville violence.”

“This is not acceptable behavior for any American. This is especially appalling coming from the President of the United States.”