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The president who can't speak about hate

The following editorial appeared in the Chicago Tribune on Thursday, Aug. 17:


President Donald Trump can read from a teleprompter about love and tolerance, but he can't speak from the heart on the subject of Charlottesville, Va., without sounding like an apologist for white supremacists and other hatemongers. So going forward, how about he leaves discussions of free speech, race relations and religious protection to leaders

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