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Democrats aim their outrage at Trump after two mass shootings

Reuters Monday, 5 August 2019
Two mass shootings that killed 29 people in Texas and Ohio reverberated across the U.S. political arena on Sunday, with some Democratic presidential candidates accusing President Donald Trump of stoking racial divisions while he said "hate has no place in our country."
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