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Trump awards Medal of Honor to soldier who helped free ISIS-held hostages

CBS News Saturday, 12 September 2020
Trump awards Medal of Honor to soldier who helped free ISIS-held hostagesSgt. Maj. Thomas Patrick Payne received the Medal of Honor from President Trump on Friday for his role in freeing hostages held by ISIS. He spoke to David Martin about the harrowing mission.
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