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Charlottesville is not an aberration — it’s Trump’s strategy to stay in power

It is sad to watch politicians, pundits, and CEOs  prance around the cesspool of white nationalism oozing from the Trump presidency. They are desperate to cling to the myth that the mayhem in Charlottesville and Trump’s behavior is “un-American.” The elites can’t accept the death of Heather Heyer...
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