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UN secretary-general joins heads of US army and marines in condemning Donald Trump's Charlottesville response

Donald Trump sparked outrage on Tuesday by saying "both sides" were to blame for the unrest in Charlottesville at the weekend, while prominent far-right figures praised him for his "honesty". The secretary-general of the United Nations tweeted in reproach, and the heads of the US army and marines all issued statements distancing themselves from the rhetoric of the commander in chief.
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