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Your wheel and axle are probably bent. Also make sure your wheel is on the right way, they are directional.
An impact hard enough to bend a steel rotor is hard enough to bend an aluminum rim and likely hard enough to jar your axle a bit.
Your absolute best bet is to take your wheel off, dismount the tire, remove rotors and put it on a truing (balancing) stand and spin it with a gauge on the lip.
Next you can mount your rotors on a known straight rim and do the same thing but this time put the gauge on the rotor.
And the use v-blocks to spin your axle.
For the tools you'll end up paying about $100 most expensive will be your gauge.
If all those components are straight then you will need to take your forks off and disassemble them.
Your fork tube being straight doesn't mean very much if your leg is bent. There's a few mm of play on the inside of the tube. If your fork legs are bent it will cause suspension and alignment issues at your front wheel.
Only way to test those is to use the same v-blocks you used for the axle and roll the fork leg with the gauge on the center and the v-blocks on each end.
While you're at it, check your shim stacks and change your oil/fork seals. Don't ever reuse them.
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