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Trump Speaks Out On the Tearing Down of Confederate Statues: ‘Is George Washington Next?’

The racial division simmering in this country boiled over in Charlottesville, Virginia after white supremacists descended upon the small town, ostensibly to protest the removal of a statue of General
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