Activists were holding a rally in Charlottesville Saturday to commemorate last year's tragedy, amid heavy police presence in the town.
Speaking to Al Jazeera, he said: "I think we just have to ensure that at any moment that they are feeling confident enough to come out, that we are intentional in our demand that they go back to the cage where they belong".
His tweet came a day before those same factions plan to march in Washington, D.C., where they are set to meet in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood and march to Lafayette Square, across the street from the White House.
Bro, who was not in Charlottesville previous year when her daughter was killed, said she understands why some people are in "high anxiety", particularly people who may have seen the violence and are "still living the trauma of that".
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Concrete barriers and metal fences were put up and police were searching bags at checkpoints.
Violent fighting broke out between attendees and counter-protesters that day.
In the wake of the demonstrations, Mr Trump said that there was "blame on both sides" for the violence. Heather Heyer, a 32-year-old paralegal and counterprotester, was later pronounced dead at the University of Virginia Medical Center, and dozens more were injured.
Several dozen demonstrators from the so-called "antifa", or anti-fascist, movement marched to the spot where Heather Heyer was killed past year when a man linked to white supremacist groups rammed his auto into counter-protestors.
On Saturday morning, the university hosted a "morning of reflection and renewal", with musical performances, a poetry reading and an address from University President James Ryan. "It's so fraught with what's happened that I feel I need to be away this weekend", McKeithen says.
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Local activists said that they were hoping for a quiet two days of memorials and remembrance.
The group took part in last year's Unite the Right rally, but has not announced plans regarding Sunday's rally in Washington, D.C. The man accused of killing Heyer faces murder and hate crime charges.
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According to the Associated Press, Jason Kessler, an organizer of last year's event, vowed to go ahead with plans for an August 12 rally in Washington, DC after Charlottesville denied him a permit.
Graham, who spent considerable time at Bedminster over the past week, added: "It is how you react to him".
"The City of Charlottesville, Charlottesville Police and all partner agencies involved in safeguarding the Greater Charlottesville Region throughout the weekend continue to remain vigilant in anticipation of planned events", city officials said in a news release.
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