(The Washington Post)
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'Proud Boys, stand back and stand by': Trump doesn't condemn white supremacists at debate
During the first presidential debate against former vice president Joe Biden in Cleveland, President Trump on Sept. 29 undercut assessments by the national security community and said violence mainly comes from far-left groups.
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