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Trump Retweets Post Blaming Parkland Shooting, Larry Nassar’s Sexual Assaults on FBI: ‘Sadly, Much Truth to This!’

Mediaite Thursday, 15 August 2019
President Donald Trump promoted two Twitter posts blaming the Parkland shooting and Larry Nassar’s sexual assault of gymnasts on law enforcement and the FBI, saying “sadly, there is much truth to this!” Andrew, thank you! We will never forgive or forget. https://t.co/giSOLlCckV — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 15, 2019 Sadly, much truth to this! […]
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President Trump slammed the FBI on Thursday.

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