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President Donald Trump Doubles Down On ‘Both Sides’ Remarks

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President Donald Trump Doubles Down On ‘Both Sides’ Remarks

President Donald Trump Doubles Down On ‘Both Sides’ Remarks

In response to a campaign ad from Joe Biden, Donald Trump defended his controversial remarks that there were “very fine people on both sides” of the white nationalist march in Charlottesville.

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