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White House Releases ‘1776 Report’ That Tries To Erase Legacy Of Slavery | All In | MSNBC

“The report from the White House reads like a sophomore year term paper by Stephen Miller, using images of Martin Luther King Jr., Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln while defending America’s founding on slavery. All stamped with the weight of the U.S. government,” says Chris Hayes on “The 1776 Report.” Aired on 01/18/2021.
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