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Obama Responds To Charlottesville Violence With A Quote From Nelson Mandela

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Sunday, 13 August 2017 ()

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News video: Obama's Tweet After Charlottesville Violence Is One Of the Most Liked Ever

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Former President Obama's tweet after the violence in Charlottesville is among the most liked tweets ever. While many criticized President Trump's Saturday statement on Charlottesville, Virginia violence in which he blamed "many sides," response to former President Obama's reaction has been quite...

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