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Donald Trump under fire after failing to denounce Virginia white supremacists

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President laments ‘hatred, bigotry and violence from many sides’ but senior Republicans and Democrats demand condemnation of far-right extremists

How white supremacist demonstration in US turned deadly

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One person died when a car plowed into a crowd following a dispersed gathering of white nationalists and counterprotesters in Charlottesville.

Trump criticised for failing to denounce hate groups

Republicans round on president for citing violence ‘on many sides’ in Virginia protests

Neo-nazis and white supremacists are celebrating Trump's remarks about the Charlottesville riots

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White nationalists and neo-Nazis celebrated President Donald Trump's remarks about the protests in Charlottesville, Virginia on Friday, in which he denounced violence "on all sides" rather than explicitly condemning white supremacism.

SAY IT: People Beg Trump To Clearly Denounce White Supremacy

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President Donald Trump had a chance to explicitly denounce white supremacy and racism on Saturday after violence broke out at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, leaving three dead ― one 32-year-old woman, who was…

Neo-nazis and white supremacists are celebrating Trump's remarks about the Charlottesville riots

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NEW YORK CITY -- White nationalists and neo-Nazis celebrated US President Donald Trump's remarks about the protests in Charlottesville, Virginia in which he denounced violence "on all sides" rather than explicitly condemning white…

Conservative calls for Trump to denounce...

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Conservative commentator Kristen Haglund calls for Pres. Trump to denounce white supremacy, "we absolutely need a president who will call it what it is."

Republicans, Democrats Urge Trump to Denounce White Supremacy

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President Donald Trump blamed “many sides” for violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, in the wake of a white nationalist demonstration.

Trump Under Sharp Attack for Failure to Denounce White Supremacists

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President Donald Trump is under attack across the U.S. political spectrum for his failure to denounce the white supremacists who staged the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, that turned deadly.

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How white supremacist demonstration in US turned deadly

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Neo-nazis and white supremacists are celebrating Trump's remarks about the Charlottesville riots

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