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Politics News: AP FACT CHECK: Trump Suddenly Loses Interest in Stock Market

[unable to retrieve full-text content for text to speech conversion]THE FACTS: No, Macron did not back off what Trump had called a “very, very nasty” statement about NATO. He conspicuously stood by it, before the summit, after it and when face to face with Trump in a ... News Source: New York Times


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Posted: 2019-12-04 15:18:00

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