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Trump Adviser Who Quit Over President's Response to Charlottesville Sits on Christian Board

 Penn State university chair of the school's Investigation committee Kenneth C. Frazier attends a meeting at the school's Worthington Scranton campus in Dunmore, Pennsylvania.
Penn State university chair of the school's Investigation committee Kenneth C. Frazier attends a meeting at the school's Worthington Scranton campus in Dunmore, Pennsylvania. (REUTERS/Eric Thayer/File Photo)

One of President Donald Trump's manufacturing advisers quit this weekend over the president's response to the Charlottesville rally.

 

 

After white supremacists rallied in Charlottesville, Virginia, the president tweeted:

 

 

Trump blasted Frazier for his decision, tweeting:

 

Frazier sits on the board of Cornerstone Christian Academy in Pennsylvania.

According to its website, the mission of Cornerstone Christian Academy is to educate children, including those from at-risk neighborhoods in an environment that provides the highest standards for academic achievement and spiritual development. It is their vision to be a model urban Christian school where students are grounded in faith, shaped with Christ-like character and equipped with knowledge and skills to excel in high school, college and throughout life.

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