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President Obama fields questions on Putin, ISIS and Donald Trump

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At a White House press conference with Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, President Obama fielded questions on a range of topics including Russia, ISIS and Donald Trump. He said the GOP nominee should stop "whining before the game's even over." Watch the full press conference now.

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