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28-7-2022  

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The View apologised on Wednesday's broadcast after Turning Point USA sent a cease-and-desist letter.Sara Haines clarified Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg's statements on Monday's The View concerning neo-Nazi demonstrators outside the Turning Point USA Student Action Summit.

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On Monday, Haines discussed neo-Nazis outside the Florida Student Action Summit of Turning Point USA. Turning Point USA did not invite or promote these protesters, who assembled outside the event.

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A Turning Point USA official claimed the group '100% rejects such views' and said security sought to remove the neo-Nazis from the area but couldn't since they were on public land. Turning Point USA wants to stress that this was not a Republican Party event. We regret for any confusion.”

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Turning Point USA requested an apology from Goldberg after Haines delivered the statement. They felt she should apologise.In Monday's programme, Goldberg reacted to a legal note from Haines, who stated, "The conservative group Turning Point USA has repudiated the neo-Nazis and says they have nothing to do with the organisation."

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"But you allow them in," Goldberg said. You let them in, thus you were complicit.” She then explained that the neo-Nazis were "outside demonstrators" and that her "message was figurative" because they "were not in the building"

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Turning Point USA filed a letter saying, "The false statements of fact intentionally made during The View's July 25th segment were unquestionably harmful to TPUSA's reputation and brought the organisation and its student affiliates into disrepute with the public, potential donors, and current and future business partners," per FOX News.

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