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Trump sent officials to Syria to try to negotiate Austin Tice's release

CBS News Monday, 19 October 2020
Sources say the president quietly sent senior officials to Damascus in a bid to get kidnapped journalist Austin Tice home before the election, but they couldn't make a deal.
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