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Donald Trump Jr., in Indonesia, Defends Family’s Global Business

NYTimes.com Tuesday, 13 August 2019
On a trip to promote Trump-branded resorts, the president’s son said his father “wouldn’t make decisions on a country based on a real estate deal.”
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