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Republicans need to name names—or name—if they want anti-white supremacy statements to count

A series of Republican members of Congress came out on Tuesday to say that white supremacists and neo-Nazis are bad. But the majority of them failed a simple test: they didn’t name Donald Trump. These Republicans weren’t just randomly condemning white supremacists on a Tuesday afternoon because of something white supremacists did that Tuesday afternoon. The main KKK-Nazi action happened over the weekend, and denunciations of that activity itself would have and should have come then.
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