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Fox News Channel Changes Broadcast Lineup To Continue Coverage Of Charlottesville Protests

The series of events surrounding the protests in Charlottesville, Virginia have been filling social media and the airwaves since they have started. Fox News Channel has announced that they have changde their primetime lineup to continue live coverage of the “Unite the Right” rally protests. Correspondents Doug McKelway and Ellison Barber have been reporting live from the scene and will
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