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Trump defends his Charlottesville response
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President Trump on Sept. 14 stood by his original claim that both sides were to blame for violence in Charlottesville, on Aug. 12 between white supremacists and counterprotesters.
President Trump on Sept. 14 stood by his original claim that both sides were to blame for violence in Charlottesville, on Aug. 12 between white supremacists and counterprotesters.
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