Charlottesville Mayor: ‘Normalization’ of Racist Elements in the Country Go Right to the ‘Doorstep’ of the W.H.

‘I don’t really want to spend much more time talking about Donald Trump’

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SIGNER: "And I publicly made several comments saying that I thought the blame for the normalization of this sort of — these sort of elements in our country went right to the doorstep of the White House. I don’t really want to spend much more time talking about Donald Trump. I think that the silence over the last couple of days speak for itself. I’m glad that he chose today to join the rest of the country in finally saying some of these words. You know, we had I think there were 600 rallies yesterday in support of Charlottesville."

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