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'I'm here to listen': Biden travels to Kentucky to witness tornado devastation

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'I'm here to listen': Biden travels to Kentucky to witness tornado devastationPresident Joe Biden has visited Kentucky to see the devastation left by the tornado that ripped through the town of Mayfield.
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