The First Lady took to Twitter on Saturday afternoon to share her message.
She wrote: “Our country encourages freedom of speech, but let’s communicate w/o hate in our hearts. No good comes from violence. #Charlottesville.”
Melania, 47, is not a regular user of the social media site, only tending to post when she has been on official business.
This is in direct contrast to her husband who is a regular user of Twitter.
He sent several messages about the violence, which saw one innocent counter-protestor mowed down by a car, throughout the weekend.
But did his sentiments echo Melania’s, or did they have opposite reactions to the tragedy?
Unsurprisingly, the pair took the same line, with near identical responses.
Donald, 71, said: “We ALL must be united & condemn all that hate stands for. There is no place for this kind of violence in America. Lets come together as one!”
The President of the USA then went on to offer condolences to those who lost their lives, calling the situation “so sad!”.
Shocking footage of the moment a white supremacist drove into anti-fascist protestors has been released.
The video shows a group of people marching down the street when a grey car appears to be voluntarily driven into them.
A woman, named by the Police as 32-year-old Heather D. Heyer, died at the scene and more than 30 people were injured.
The video shows the crowd screaming as the car approaches and unharmed people running back to help after the crash.
Following the attack, the grey Dodge can be seen speedily reversing away from the marchers.
The anti-Nazi group was protesting against the “Unite the Right” rally, which was campaigning against the removal of a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee.
The clashes between the two groups forced the Governor of Virginia, Terry McAuliffe, to declare a state of emergency in Charlottesville.
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