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Trump responds to Biden "racist" taunt

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 22 July 2020
President Donald Trump hit back Wednesday at Democratic rival Joe Biden's comments that Trump is the first "racist" president, saying he has done more than any other to help Black Americans "with the possible of exception of Abraham Lincoln." (June 22)
 
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US president Donald Trump said he's done more for "black Americans than anybody with the possible of exception of Abraham Lincoln" when asked to respond to his Democratic rival Joe Biden's comments that he is the first "racist" president.

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