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So far 16 charities have pulled out of doing their events at Mar-a-Lago after Trump’s defense of white supremacists

Standing with a defender of Nazis and white supremacists doesn’t tend to look good when non-profit groups are attempting to raise money from wealthy Floridians. Since President Donald Trump began an alarming defense of the so-called alt-right in Charlottesville, Virginia, charities and...
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