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Donald Trump's Long History Of Siding With Celebrities Against Their Accusers

In the immediate aftermath of O.J. Simpson’s acquittal for the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman, the country was torn between celebrating a victory over a racist judicial system and mourning an outcome that seemed to defy the evidence. Donald Trump saw an opportunity for cheap publicity. Soon after the verdict, Trump called a New York gossip reporter and bragged about his association with the former football star.
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