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Trump's campaign sparks backlash over new ad calling journalists and Democrats the 'enemies'

After declining to explicitly condemn white supremacists on Saturday, President Donald Trump's reelection campaign released its first television advertisement over the weekend, labeling Democrats and the media as "enemies." "The president's enemies don't want him to succeed, but Americans are saying, 'Let President Trump do his job,'" the advertisement said. Speaking on Saturday from his golf resort in Bedminster, New Jersey, the president  criticized groups on "many sides" for violence that occurred at  a planned rally in Charlottesville, Virginia by white supremacists that led to the death of a counter-protester.
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