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Conservative faith leaders stand by Trump despite his defense of white supremacist rally

As President Donald Trump struggles to manage the firestorm of criticism over his controversial remarks on white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia, conservative faith leaders are sticking by his side — although his recent comments defending Confederate statues may be testing some of them. The Trump administration has been caught in a whirlwind of negative press […]
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