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President Trump is refusing to rename U.S. military bases named after Confederate military officers, reviving an issue that he has warned will only lead to more toppled statues and erasure of our history.

Fort Bragg, Fort Hood, and Fort Benning are three of the most high-profile U.S. Army bases in the country, where literally millions of Americans have trained over the years. All three bases after named after Confederate generals, however, so they are now the latest target of Democrats, the Black Lives Matter movement, and the media.  

Secretary of Defense Mark Esper and Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy are holding a “bipartisan conversation” about renaming roughly a dozen military bases that bear the names of Confederate leaders.

President Trump has rejected the idea saying the administration “will not even consider” renaming what he called “magnificent and fabled military installations.”  ….

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