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What is Antifa, the movement Donald Trump accuses of instigating violence during the George Floyd protests?

SBS Monday, 1 June 2020
Donald Trump has accused Antifa of leading the mass protests in the US sparked by the death in custody of George Floyd, but experts say it is unclear how involved the movement really is.
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