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Too little, too late: Trump finally declares Nazis and KKK are bad

And on the third day, Donald Trump got around to condemning white supremacist hate groups. Three days after white supremacists, including outright Nazis, marched on Charlottesville, Virginia, and two days after a white supremacist drove a car at high speed into a crowd of anti-racist counter-protesters, killing one, Trump appeared at the White House to make a statement.
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