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WATCH: White House Chief of Staff John Kelly Can't Hide His Disgust During Trump's Charlottesville Remarks

Kelly was visibly uncomfortable as the president defended white supremacists. As President Trump defended white supremacists and tried to blame the fictional "alt-left" for the terrorism in Charlottesville, he was flanked by economic adviser Gary Cohen and Secretary of the Treasury Steve Mnuchin, both of whom are Jewish. Missing was White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, who was listening to Trump's remarks nearby.
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