Laura Ingraham claims Trump “did not stand up for Nazis” when he called the Charlottesville Nazis “very fine people”

From the July 9 edition of Fox News' The Ingraham Angle:

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RICHARD GOODSTEIN: I'm saying, like all voters, they look at kind of the whole universe of things, and they have a president who stood up for Nazis in Charlottesville. That turned them off --

LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): False, false, lie, false, I'm not going to let you get away with saying that on --

GOODSTEIN: Let's talk about it then.

INGRAHAM: He did not stand up for Nazis, no --

GOODSTEIN: He said “good people” , --

INGRAHAM: That's not what he said, he said he condemned --

GOODSTEIN: Well, we all heard him say it.

INGRAHAM: He condemned the violence, that's a lie, and it's repeated repeatedly --

GOODSTEIN: He said -- we all heard him say --

INGRAHAM: When did he say -- when did he say the word “Nazis” ?

GOODSTEIN: He said there's “good people on both sides,” and we saw who was marching. they were wearing -- they were bearing torches and saying, “Jews shall not replace us.”

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Previously:

Laura Ingraham's history of promoting hate and white supremacy

Laura Ingraham defends white supremacist Paul Nehlen as one of the “prominent voices censored on social media”

When confronted with Trump's defense of Charlottesville Nazis, Laura Ingraham claims it's “not what he said”

Tucker Carlson: Outrage over Trump's response to Charlottesville Nazi rally was “fraudulent, entirely manufactured by the left and its servants in the media”