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McConnell speaks after Trump's wild press conference: 'There are no good neo-Nazis'

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell released a statement saying "there are no good neo-nazis" on Wednesday a day after President Donald Trump's held a wild press conference during which he said some of the ralliers who stood alongside white nationalists at this weekend's Charlottesville, Virginia protests were "very fine people." McConnell, a Kentucky Republican, released the statement to condemn "hate groups" and respond to reports of a similar planned rally to oppose the removal of Confederate monuments in Lexington, Kentucky.
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