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Why this Trump moment might be different
CNN
The President's careening news conference in the lobby of Trump Tower on Tuesday left him deep in a race controversy of his own making, pushing him closer to the white nationalist fringe of American politics. His insistence that there was "blame on ...
Trump stance on Charlottesville violence angers RepublicansBBC News
Trump chooses fighting over healingPolitico
Six business leaders have quit Trump. Who's next?CNNMoney
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NBCNews.com

He 'Went Rogue': President Trump's Staff Stunned After Latest Charlottesville Remarks
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Chief of Staff John Kelly stared at the floor, arms crossed. It wasn't supposed to be like this. In front of him, President Donald Trump was in the middle of reigniting an explosive controversy the White House had tried to extinguish just a day earlier ...
Trump's Aides Tried to Conceal His Crazy, Racist Beliefs From the CountryNew York Magazine

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CNBC

Trump rips Amazon, says it causes 'great damage to tax paying retailers'; shares decline
CNBC
During a campaign rally in February 2016, Trump told the crowd: "If I become president, oh [does Amazon] have problems. They're going to have such problems." He claimed its CEO, Jeff Bezos, bought The Washington Post only to have "political influence."
Trump Accuses Amazon of Doing 'Great Damage' to RetailersNBCNews.com
Trump, in tweet, hits Amazon over taxes, jobsReuters
Trump takes aim at Amazon in wake of Charlottesville controversyNew York Daily News
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BBC News

Theresa May on Trump comments: Far-right should always be condemned
BBC News
Theresa May has said it is important to condemn far-right views "wherever we hear them" as she was asked about Donald Trump's response to clashes in the United States. The PM said: "I see no equivalence between those who propound fascist views and ...
Theresa May condemns far-right views after Trump Charlottesville remarksThe Guardian
Theresa May refuses to condemn Donald Trump's defence of neo-NazisThe Independent

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Washington Post

Republicans, cut the outrage. It's time to disown Trump.
Washington Post
And let's be clear: Republicans cannot say, “That's not us — that's just President Trump.” They supported him, they elected him, they defended him and they gave him the aura of a normal presidency. They cannot be the party of Lincoln and be the party ...

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Business Insider

US military leaders distance themselves from Trump's stance on Charlottesville
Business Insider
President Donald Trump's military leaders have roundly rebuked the deadly violence that unfolded at the white-nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, last weekend. "No place for racial hatred or extremism in @USMC," Gen. Robert Neller, the ...

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CNN

Trump rarely waits for facts to make an opinion. Charlottesville is different
CNN
Washington (CNN) President Donald Trump, a man who has quickly and bluntly called out terrorist attacks for years and slammed his opponents for being too sheepish in the face of terror, said Tuesday that he gave a vague statement about violence in ...

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New York Times

'Wow': Stunned TV Hosts Reacted in Real Time to Trump
New York Times
For a few visceral minutes on Tuesday, television's partisan lines dissolved as dumbfounded anchors reacted on-air — some in clearly personal ways — to Mr. Trump's fiery remarks, in which he seemed to cast equal blame on white supremacists and the ...

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CNNMoney

Media show range of emotions after Trump presser
CNNMoney
Trump said "both sides" were responsible for the violence in Charlottesville that left three people dead on Saturday, seemingly equating neo-Nazis with anti-racism activists. After the Q&A session, members of the media freely expressed shock ...

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New York Times

Trump Asks, 'What About the Alt-Left?' Here's an Answer
New York Times
President Trump defended his belated condemnation of white supremacists who engaged in violence in Charlottesville, Va., by arguing that he was exercising caution in casting blame. Then he returned to his original position that there was ample fault on ...

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