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'To me it will always be Columbus Day.' Trump dismisses criticism of Christopher Columbus

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Donald Trump weighed into the ongoing controversy over Columbus Day on Wednesday, slamming some who have eschewed the holiday's namesake.
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'To me it will always be Columbus Day.' Trump dismisses criticism of Christopher Columbus

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