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The comment that I mentioned above was from ( that was the day of the riot, the very first words he used were a condemnation of the viciousness, hatred, and bigotry.

Here's this from Wikipedia, "In his initial statement following the rally, Trump "condemned hatred, bigotry, and violence on many sides". While Trump condemned both neo-Nazis and white nationalists,[31] his first statement and subsequent defenses of it, in which he also referred to "very fine people on both sides", were seen by critics as implying moral equivalence between the white supremacist marchers and those who protested against them. Critics interpreted his remarks as sympathetic to white supremacists,[8] while supporters characterized this interpretation as a hoax,[32] because Trump's "fine people" statement explicitly denounced white nationalists.". (

The fact remains that the Trump haters cherry-picked the words that furthered their agenda, just as they did with his words about the illegals coming from Mexico and other Central American countries.

Either way you see it, how can Trump's opinion of the type of people there at the Charolettville riot be considered a "lie" which is what the WaPo called it.

From: Focus: Russia | Tom Camfield

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