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Trump Freely Defends White Supremacists, Claims 'Both Sides' to Blame for Charlottesville

The president also refused to call white nationalist James Fields Jr. a terrorist. President Donald Trump on Tuesday clashed with reporters over his response to the Charlottesville, Virginia attack, during an extraordinary press conference at Trump Tower. In addition to equating neo-Nazis with what he described as the “alt-left,” Trump once again blamed “both sides” for a violent outbreak that resulted in the death of a 32-year-old counter-protester and he demanded to know whether members of the media “like” George Washington and Thomas Jefferson.
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