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Esau was unequally yoked
The final verse of Genesis 27 notes that Esau's wives had been a source of grief to his mother. He had taken wives from the land of Canaan, spurning his father's example.
Isaac commanded Jacob to take a wife from his own people in Genesis 28. Jacob obeyed, and Esau became further embittered at his brother when he saw Jacob's obedience.