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Trump calls Bedminster crowd a 'peaceful protest'

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Trump calls Bedminster crowd a 'peaceful protest'

Trump calls Bedminster crowd a 'peaceful protest'

When U.S. President Donald Trump was asked by a reporter about members and guests of his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey not being socially-distanced, Trump replied that it was a "peaceful protest."


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