WHITE HOUSE ATTEMPTS TO EXPAND TRUMP'S INITIAL CONDEMNATION OF CHARLOTTESVILLE RALLY

President Donald Trump is drawing criticism from Republicans and Democrats for not explicitly denouncing white supremacists in the aftermath of violent clashes in Virginia, with ...

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