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Republicans on Charlottesville: who's with Trump and who's against him?

The Republican party was left reeling after the president defended those who took part in a white supremacist rally. Donald Trump has faced fierce criticism for appearing to draw a moral equivalence between neo-Nazis and those were protested against them. The Republican party is reeling after Donald Trump defended people who took part in a far-right rally with white supremacists and neo-Nazis.
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