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Virginia governor to white supremacists: “Go home”

By Reuters
13 August 2017   |   10:30 am
After at least three people were killed in violent white nationalist protests in Charlottesville, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe tells white supremacists and Nazis to "go home and never come back."

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