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President Trump Calls Bubba Wallace Noose Controversy a 'Hoax'
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White House Says Trump Undecided On Confederate Flag, Against "Cancel Culture"
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Trump calls on NASCAR's Wallace to apologize for so-called 'hoax'
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NASCAR photo shows noose found in Wallace garage
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No explanation for noose as NASCAR completes investigation
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Bubba Wallace Fires Back After FBI Says Noose Was Not a Hate Crime
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'No crime committed' in NASCAR noose investigation
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NASCAR Investigating Noose Found in Bubba Wallace's Talladega Garage
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NASCAR to investigate noose in Wallace's garage
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NASCAR Bans Confederate Flags From All Racing Events
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NASCAR Bans Fan's Confederate Flags At Tracks
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NASCAR bans confederate flags at events
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Nascar releases photo of 'noose' found in garageNascar said it was right to fear a hate crime had been committed against driver Bubba Wallace, which was later dismissed after an FBI investigation. ......
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