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🤘🏼, @jessica.sunflower's tattoo is 🔥

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Glad we cleared that up.

As requested, and promised by me, there's some still images of my Bless Box 😍🤤 (@theblessbox) skin care, hair care, nail polish, tanning lotion, a hat, shades and a snack? To die for ☀️♥️

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United States President Donald Trump added additional unscheduled remarks in relation to last weekend's Charlottesville demonstrations in which White nationalists, supremacists, and neo-nazis clashed with counter protesters, including the far left wing group, "Antifa." Trump said that "both sides" are at fault, blaming the far right white supremacists as well as what he called the "alt-left," for mutually escalating violence. Many were quick to criticize, claiming there was no equivalence between the groups, while some on the right defended Trump, saying the actions of "Antifa" were worthy of equal condemnation. Trump's comments were reportedly not vetted by advisers, with one White House official claiming he "went rogue."

(via @time) - During remarks in the lobby of Trump Tower on Aug. 15, President Trump said that anti-racism protesters who he called the "alt-left" bear some of the blame for the weekend unrest in #Charlottesville. "You had a group on one side that was bad and you had a group on the other side that was also very violent," he told the press. "There's blame on both sides." ⠀
Tuesday's statement marked a return to his original, controversial comments on Saturday that "many sides" were responsible for the deadly clashes, during which a man believed to be a white supremacist drove his car into a crowd of counterprotesters, killing a woman. In his remarks on Monday that condemned the car-ramming, Trump had said "racism is evil."⠀
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Tuesday evening #inspiration ♥️

literally see this in almost every comment section of any post from Charlottesville

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