'It's a small group of people': Trump again denies white nationalism is rising threat

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President downplays hate surge after white supremacist, who mentioned Trump in a manifesto, attacked New Zealand mosques Donald Trump said he did not view white nationalism as a rising threat around the world, as New Zealand is reeling from a white supremacistattack on two mosques that killed 49 people. Asked by a reporter on Friday if he saw an increase globally in the threat of white nationalis
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