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White House gives Republicans their talking points on Nazis: 'The president was entirely correct'

No wonder Republicans won’t name Donald Trump and call him out for defending white supremacists and neo-Nazis while assailing anti-racist counter-protesters. They have their marching orders direct from the White House. The Atlantic’s Molly Ball ran the official White House talking points on Trump’s bonkers Tuesday press conference, and the first line is the one that really matters: The President was entirely correct -- both sides of the violence in Charlottesville acted inappropriately, and bear some responsibility.
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