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Stark Contrasts in Media Manipulation of Charlottesville News

The political violence in Charlottesville and President Trump's repudiation of it have been covered in the widest divergent ways by two national Spanish-language television networks, one based in Los Angeles and the other in Miami. In Los Angeles, Estrella TV anchor Adriana Yañez, prefaced the news from Charlottesville by telling her audience that "Donald Trump's policies of hate have reached their most catastrophic level.
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