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Glenn Greenwald slams rush to judgment about Kentucky student in viral confrontation with Native American

FOXNews.com Tuesday, 22 January 2019
Glenn Greenwald slams rush to judgment about Kentucky student in viral confrontation with Native AmericanGlenn Greenwald, constitutional lawyer and co-founding editor of The Intercept, told Fox News on Monday night that the rush to judgment of the weekend viral video showing high school student Nick Sandmann wearing a red “Make America Great Again” hat and standing still in front of 64-year-old Native American Nathan Phillips was a “trial by Twitter mob.”
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President Trump is publicly siding with the mostly white students of a Kentucky high school who engaged in a confrontation with a Native American elder during the annual March for Life rally in DC. CNN reports that a viral video shows Nick Sandmann and his classmates staring down Nathan Phillips, an...

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