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Trump Still Plays To Both Sides On Charlottesville
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11 Aug 2018 10:40 PM EST

Today a ramped-up police presence placed over 700 officers on the city streets Of Charlottesville, VA, while the city is under a state of emergency. It watches vigilantly to see if white supremacists attempt to march to commemorate the anniversary of the deadly riots in 2017.
Refinery 29 reports that President Donald Trump addressed the anniversary of the Charlottesville riots. Echoing his comments last year, his language doesn’t specifically condemn the white supremacist factions behind the Unite the Right rally.
Trump tweeted early Saturday morning: “The riots in Charlottesville a year ago resulted in senseless death and division. We must come together as a nation. I condemn all types of racism and acts of violence. Peace to ALL Americans!”
The phrase “All types of racism” lends itself to the rhetoric used by white supremacist organizer of the Unite The Right rally Jason Kessler. Kessler insists modern America is racist against white people. He uses phrases like “white genocide” in place of multiculturalism and “Black supremacist” to describe politicians seeking to remove Confederate monuments.

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