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Trump’s latest remarks on Charlottesville have business leaders wary

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NBC’s Stephanie Ruhle talks to TODAY about the fallout from President Trump’s latest remarks about the deadly violence in Charlottesville, saying business leaders “want this to quiet down … this goes directly up against their core values.” She also says that people within the White House are “shocked.”