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Trump Stands By Wall

Trump Stands By Wall

On Monday President Trump bucked against claims that his administration has abandoned a concrete wall on the border, despite his own outgoing chief of staff's statements that the idea was ruled out "early on in the administration." Trump tweets, "An all concrete Wall was NEVER ABANDONED, as has been reported by the media." Trump tweeted this without mentioning his outgoing chief of staff, John Kelly.

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