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White House defends Trump's response to deadly violence in Charlottesville as criticism intensifies

L.A. Times Sunday, 13 August 2017 ()
Sometimes what President Trump doesn’t say causes his aides more headaches than things he does.

The White House on Sunday defended the president’s failure to explicitly condemn white supremacists over deadly violence a day earlier in Charlottesville, Va. He faulted “many sides” in his remarks Saturday,...
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