First daughter Ivanka Trump did what her father wouldn't and called out white supremacist and condemned neo-Nazis and white supremacists following the violence in Charlottesville Saturday that left one dead.

"There should be no place in society for racism, white supremacy and neo-nazis," Trump tweeted. "We must all come together as Americans -- and be one country UNITED."

It's language that President Trump wouldn't use Saturday when condemning the violence that stemmed from a white supremacist rally that devolved into clashes between white supremacist and leftist protesters.

After the rally was broken up, James Alex Fields, 20 of Ohio, drove his Dodge Charger into a crowd of people and collided with two other vehicles that were stopped in the crowded street. A 32-year-old woman died in the crash.

During his comments, President Trump condemned violence on "many sides" but refused to say anything about white supremacists or other racists who support him. He ignored several questions shouted to him by reporters following a statement at his New Jersey golf club.

His refusal to do so drew criticism from both Republicans and Democrats.