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Опубликовано 13 августа 2017, 1:54
According to CNN, President Donald Trump wants the nation to quote "be united & condemn all that hate stands for." His reaction comes after violent protests broke out on Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia, spearheaded by white nationalist groups. According to CNN, Trump tweeted his call for peace, while on a 17-day vacation in New Jersey. But the media outlet added, that he "did not explicitly mention the white nationalist origins of the conflict." Reports say that the protests were launched after Charlottesville's government decided to remove a statute of a confederate general. Similar protests were sparked in May in New Orleans. Vice President Mike Pence and First Lady, Melania Trump also joined the president in calling for peace on social media.
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