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President Trump Says Lebanon Explosion Was "Possibly an Attack" and Not An Accident

HNGN Thursday, 6 August 2020
President Trump Says Lebanon Explosion Was Possibly an Attack and Not An AccidentDozens of Lebanese died and are injuried after the massive explosion that happened in Beirut. Despite not having any evidence, President Trump says the incident may be an "attack" and is caused by "a bomb."
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President Donald Trump on Tuesday cast a massive explosion that killed dozens of people and wounded thousands in Lebanon's capital, Beirut, as a possible attack and offered U.S. help.

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