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Steve Nash Rips Donald Trump for Defending White Supremacists (TWEET)

Following the horrendous events that took place over the weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia, the country was left on edge, waiting for President Donald Trump to condemn the people responsible and call them out for what they are. That’s not what the American people got, however. After watching a guy plow his car into a crowd, […]
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