CNN'S VICTOR BLACKWELL RIPS TRUMP'S TWEET ON RACISM

After President Donald Trump condemned "all types of racism" on the one-year anniversary of violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, CNN's Victor Blackwell highlighted the President's history of divisive rhetoric.

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