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Why President Trump’s Response to #Charlottesville Is Undeniably The Very Worst Moment of 2017

The utterly tragic events that dominated the summer of 2017 — in mid-August — is undoubtedly the most glaring proof of how almost irrevocably divided we are as a nation. The Charlottesville protests that ended with three deaths — was the culmination of furious rage that demanded more than enough time to develop.

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