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Virginia Gov. McAuliffe blames white supremacists, neo-Nazis for inciting deadly clashes in Charlottesville

L.A. Times Terry McAuliffeTerry McAuliffe
Sunday, 13 August 2017 ()

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe on Sunday blamed white supremacists and neo-Nazis for inciting deadly clashes in Charlottesville, drawing an implicit contrast with President Trump’s refusal to single out any side.

Addressing worshipers at the Mount Zion First African Baptist Church, a few blocks...
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Virginia Gov. McAuliffe says white supremacists are "not patriots" 05:47

In his first national TV interview since last weekend's violence in Charlottesville, Democratic Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe joins "CBS This Morning" from Richmond to discuss why he thinks Confederate symbols need to be taken down, and what he told President Trump after the violent Charlottesville...

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