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White House Says Renaming of Military Bases is a "Non-Starter" for the President

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany responding to questions about calls for the renaming of military bases that are named after… read more

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany responding to questions about calls for the renaming of military bases that are named after Confederate generals, including Fort Bragg, is a "non-starter" for the president. Highlighting the record of the men and women who have trained and served at that base, McEnany says the nation should honor what happen there, not rename it. She also asks where should the line be drawn on the issue and wonders aloud whether George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison should be erased from history because they were slave holders. close

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White House Says Renaming of Military Bases is a "Non-Starter" for the President

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Briefing Room, White House, Washington, District of Columbia, United States
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