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He’s not getting the message. The controversy over last weekend’s deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, isn’t abating, especially after President Donald Trump on Tuesday defended his initial remarks blaming “many sides” of the conflict. In a combative press conference, Trump claimed the “alt-left” played an equal role in stoking the violence and criticized the removal of Confederate statues, asking if George Washington was next. Nevertheless, many cities and states are accelerating efforts to do away with monuments glorifying the Old South and its legacy of racism. -- Sources: Washington Post,CNNAP

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