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Business leaders rush to condemn Trump over Charlottesville while religious advisers turn a blind eye

As CEOs criticize President Donald Trump en masse for his response to the white supremacist violence at last weekend’s “Unite the Right” rally, religious leaders have held steady in their support for the president. CEOs from Merck, Blackwater, General Electric and now Aetna have...
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