Trump says he doesn’t know Proud Boys after name-checking them at debate

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    When asked about his remarks during the first 2020 presidential debate telling right-wing extremist group the Proud Boys to “stand back and stand by,” President Donald Trump claimed he didn’t know the group. CNN’s Kate Bolduan and Kaitlan Collins break down the President’s comments. #Trump #CNN #News

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