Donald Trump says he condemns “all white supremacists”

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US President Donald Trump said Thursday evening that he condemned “all white supremacists” after the controversy arose from his ambiguous words during his debate against his Democratic opponent Joe Biden.

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“I’ve said it a few times, let me be clear once again,” Mr. Trump told Fox News.

“I condemn the Ku Klux Klan, I condemn all white supremacists, I condemn the Proud Boys”, he added, referring to this nationalist group that he had called during his debate against Democratic candidate Joe Biden to get ready “.

Called Tuesday evening by journalist Chris Wallace to explicitly condemn white supremacists, the tenant of the White House had dodged.

He then called on the Proud Boys to “step back and be ready.”

Visibly delighted with the presidential wording, the paramilitary group immediately adopted the slogan, posting a logo on social networks with the words “Stand Back, Stand By”.

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