Governor Rick Scott is an outspoken supporter of Donald Trump... but not when it comes to the racial violence in Charlottesville.
"I don't believe in racism, I don't believe in bigotry. What happened in Charlottesville was evil," he said. "There's no moral equivalency between the two sides."
The president says both sides are responsible for the violence, but Scott says it's entirely the fault of white supremacists.
"I served in the navy, my dad served in the Second World War," he said. "I didn't serve to defend neo-Nazis."
Scott refused to criticize the president, but he's urging all political leaders... including Trump... to focus on unity instead of division.