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‘The alt-right is a terrorist movement’: Ex-Bush ethics czar blasts Trump administration’s support of racists

During a segment of a special MSNBC broadcast featuring Joy Reid, former ethics czar to President George W. Bush Richard Painter blasted President Donald Trump’s stubborn refusal to denounce white supremacists and his attempt to equally blame the left for the violence that killed a...
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