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'This was four years in the making': Trump blamed for US violence

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Political scientists say US President Trump's incendiary rhetoric has riled up right-wing voters in a way that will deeply affect the Republican Party for years.

Added on the 07/01/2021 18:57:31 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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