'Unite the Right' rally planned for DC on anniversary of deadly Charlottesville protests
Police in Charlottesville, Virginia, are on high alert this weekend during the 1-year anniversary of the deadly protests. Unite the Right organizers planned for an anniversary rally, but the city denied their permits. Instead, the group will rally on Sunday in Washington, D.C., at a park across from the White House. NBC’s Maya Rodriguez reports for TODAY.
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