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Trump Claims ‘World Leaders’ at G7 Are Asking Him Why American Media ‘Hate Your Country So Much’

Mediaite Sunday, 25 August 2019 ()
President *Donald Trump* tweeted this afternoon that the question he keeps getting asked by world leaders is why the US media is being so negative.
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