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Addressing Charlotte Unrest, Trump Calls for Unity and Togetherness

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Before delivering an energy policy speech in Pittsburgh, Donald Trump stated that he honors the right to peacefully assemble, but clarifies that “there is no right to engage in violent disruption.”