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Trump Pressed to Disavow White-Nationalist Groups

Wall Street Journal Monday, 14 August 2017 ()
President Trump, in the wake of deadly weekend violence at a white-supremacy rally in Virginia, is facing pressure to break decisively with such nationalist groups that largely backed his campaign and presidency.
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