It was a video in which the President was attacking the press for demanding instant condemnation of one side in Charlottesville - before even it was clear what had happened - and ignoring the fact that this was a fight in which both sides were armed with clubs and suchlike. I thought he presented his case very well.
Also I shouldn't have to say this but if you are in a line of people and they start chanting Nazi and KKK slogans and you don't leave, then the probability of you being a very good person spirals down to the single digits. This isn't about just looking like a mob, these people are horrifying just in the mere existence of their disgusting, ignorant, hateful, and violent ideology let alone as an armed crowd marching with torches.
Yes the media and anyone with a decent moral compass demand the instant condemnation of the Nazis and the KKK, because they are bigoted terrorist groups. They would especially demand it from someone who these groups support, especially when that person is the president. The real question is why does he have such a hard time with it? He has an easy time blabbing his mouth off about any other thought that pops up in that abyss of a mind of his. Why is white supremacy so hard for him to talk about? It's almost like he's bigoted or something...