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Trump Shouts Out Murdoch at China Trade Deal Signing: ‘I Can’t Believe Rupert’s Not Here’

Mediaite Wednesday, 15 January 2020
President *Donald Trump* gave a number of shoutouts during his event this afternoon on the signing of the phase one China trade deal, including none other than *Rupert Murdoch*.
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