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There is a concerted effort that he has been engaged in, to divide people, including dividing them based on race. And nowhere was that more obvious, nowhere, than in the aftermath of Charlottesville. When somebody drove a car into a crowd in Columbus, Ohio between his election and the when he was inaugurated and that somebody happened to be someone from the Middle East, he called it terrorism, and went to Columbus to comfort families who had been injured.
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When somebody of a Middle Eastern background drove a car into a crowd in Barcelona he called it terrorism. But when this happened in Charlottesville, 90 miles from the White House, in the home of an archetypal American president, suddenly he says, well, there's good people on both sides. He could not distinguish who was on the right side and who was on the wrong side in a white supremacist Neo-Nazi rally.