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Fox News host @KatTimpf absolutely goes off on Trump’s “disgusting” presser: “I’m wondering if it’s actually real life what I just watched.” pic.twitter.com/BS0xFwxk3o — Andrew Kirell (@AndrewKirell) August 15, 2017

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Asked if he plans to go to Charlottesville following last weekend’s violence, Pres. Trump says he owns winery there https://t.co/JWgPb30f7H pic.twitter.com/MyJtFrHuKJ — ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) August 15, 2017

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It took him a while—a good 48 hours, to be exact—but President Trump finally condemned the white supremacist groups who were rallying in Charlottesville, Virginia this past weekend, leading to three dead and several dozens injured. However, Trump’s proclamation that “racism is evil” has little impact, especially after he initially laid the blame on “many sides” for the violence. Many are also quick to point out that Trump’s condemnation when he himself had been seen to embrace racism throughout his long career and the election and even during his presidency. Here are some of Trump’s most memorable acts of racism…

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CNN’s having rough day with guests telling each other to shut up (https://t.co/fkT9R01gGv). Here’s another one, from a bonkers shout-fest: pic.twitter.com/McQWZFGEyM — Andrew Kirell (@AndrewKirell) August 14, 2017

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Early on Saturday, America was in an uproar when alt-right groups gathered in Charlottesville, Virginia, waving confederate flags and white supremacist banners, but it was left shaken to its core when a renegade car, driven by 20-year-old Ohio native, Alex Fields Jr., ploughed through a group of counter demonstrators, leaving one woman killed. President Donald Trump, known for his vehement rhetoric, was surprisingly mum on the events. In fact, he did not tweet about the tragedy until the next day with tepid condolences to the victims. Deepest condolences to the families & fellow officers of the VA State Police who…

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