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Bannon's Exit Gave Trump a Perfect Opening to Distance Himself From White Nationalism. He Didn't Take It.

It would have been so easy to spin the ouster of Steve Bannon as proof that the Trump administration isn’t racist and doesn’t support white nationalism. According to the New York Times, Bannon submitted his resignation on Aug. 7, meaning Trump had it in his pocket a full five days before white supremacists marched on Charlottesville last weekend. He could have pulled out the fire-Bannon card at any moment and played it as a repudiation of his chief strategist’s worldview.
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