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Trump Attempts Charlottesville Redemption
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13 Sep 2017 07:44 PM EST

President Donald Trump was offered an opportunity on Wednesday to rebound from a low point of his presidency – his equating of neo-Nazis and white supremacists who staged a violent uprising in Charlottesville last month with counter-protesters on the left. But Trump’s delayed reckoning with his own comments occurred off-camera, in a closed-door meeting with South Carolina Sen.Tim Scott. Scott says he told Trump that, "It has to do with the affirmation of hate groups who over three centuries of this country’s history had made it their mission to create upheaval in minority communities as a reason for existence.”

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