Instead, he and his organization plan to hold a rally with several hundred people at a park across form the White House.
Then, a demonstration is scheduled from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.at Lafayette Square.
This follows a wave of white nationalist events across the country so far this month, including one in Portland and one in Berkeley.
Asked about his immediate response Saturday, Trump quickly went on to blame both sides for the conflict, adding that there were "very fine people" among both the white supremacists and the counter-protesters. Merchants already suffered a downturn after last year's event; sales tax revenue dropped 11 percent in September 2017 compared with the year before, according to city figures.More news: Pogba penalty sets United on way to win over Leicester
What is this protest about?
- Businesses in the District where white nationalist, white supremacist and neo-Nazis are planning to hold the Unite the Right rally on Sunday have stated they will refuse service to anyone with hate in their heart. He also said the event is meant to protest "civil rights abuse in Charlottesville Va".
Unlike previous year, they are banned from holding a march or carrying open-flame torches, as they did in Virginia to protest against the removal of Confederate monuments.More news: Evacuations still in place as fire grows overnight
"I was just shaking I could not believe what I was seeing", said Henderson. He said those issues include free speech, preserving history against "revisionism", combating political correctness and advocating for white interests.
Heyer was killed when James Alex Fields Jr. allegedly drove his auto into a crowd of protesters. A large number of counterprotests are planned. "We the people of Washington, D.C. say unequivocally that we denounce hate, we denounce, that we denounce anti-Semitism and we denounce the rhetoric that we expect to hear this Sunday".
The company is citing its community values as grounds to cut ties with participants of the rallies, which stemmed from a protest a year ago to protect Confederate statues - which included neo-Nazi groups - but exploded in violence. "For the anniversary of that hard August weekend, which resulted in three lives lost, the city of Charlottesville, Albemarle County and the University of Virginia are working closely with law enforcement and public safety agencies from around Virginia to plan for potential events to keep our city safe from violence", said Charlottesville Interim City Manager Mike Murphy. Kibiriti Majuto, an organizer with UVA Students United, encouraged everyone to join student leaders in promoting diversity and tolerance rather than white supremacy.More news: Man United beats Leicester 2-1 in Premier League opener