CHARLOTTESVILLE: FORMER KKK LEADER DAVID DUKE REMINDS TRUMP THAT WHITE AMERICANS VOTED HIM IN

Duke suggested Trump "take a good look in the mirror and remember it was white Americans who put you in the presidency."

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