MSNBC guest: Boston march shows ‘Trump might be the president but this is not his country’

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An MSNBC panel about the march in Boston on Sunday said that the massive turnout of tens of thousands of counter-protesters sent President Donald Trump a strong message that racism and white supremacy are wildly unpopular ideas in this country. Did this weekend, asked host Joy Reid, represent a turn...
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