Trump reportedly thinks condemning neo-Nazis after Charlottesville was his 'biggest f---ing mistake'

President Trump.
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Everyone in the Trump White House thinks everyone else is stupid — and that's putting it lightly.

President Trump, Chief of Staff John Kelly, and pretty much everyone else at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. slung insults and hatred on the daily, per anecdotes included in Bob Woodward's forthcoming book, Fear. The book, which was obtained by The Washington Post, also reveals that Trump called deriding white supremacists after the deadly Charlottesville protests in 2017 a "mistake."

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