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    The supreme leader of Iran, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has mocked the United States for the racially motivated riots and violence that took place over the weekend. So much for the beautiful friendship between Iran and the US.

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    "If US has any power, they better manage their country, tackle #WhiteSupremacy rather than meddle in nations' affairs. #Charlottesville," Khamenei posted on his official Twitter feed.

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