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President Trump defended the actions of the pro-Trump caravan that was at the center of a violent clash with counter protesters in Portland, Ore., that resulted in one fatality. He also suggested that Kyle Rittenhouse, the armed man accused of killing two people at a protest in Kenosha, Wis., was acting out of self defense.
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