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Native American elder Nathan Phillips, teen Nick Sandmann give versions of encounter
Omaha elder Nathan Phillips told The Washington Post his version of the incident that went viral on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. High school student Nick Sandmann released a statement giving his account of what happened.
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