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White supremacists and neo-Nazis: 'We need to have Donald Trump's back'

White supremacists and neo-Nazi groups enthusiastically embraced President Donald Trump on Wednesday, seeing an endorsement of their cause in his insistence that left-wing groups were also to blame for the deadly violence at a "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. "This man is doing absolutely everything in his power to back us up and we need to have his back," Andrew Anglin wrote on the DailyStormer, a neo-Nazi, anti-Semitic website that acts as a hub of the extreme right.
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