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Shrugging off blame, Trump reverts to divisive rhetoric after shooting

WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump, rather than taking on the traditional task of unifying the nation after a deadly shooting rampage, reverted to his usual rhetoric Monday morning, attacking the media as "the true Enemy of the People" and stirring up fear of immigrants.

His message: Blame the media, not what observers see as his own divisive comments and tweets, for the country's highly partisan and increasingly dangerous political climate.

"There is great anger in our Country caused

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