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Official sources offer contradictory accounts of Donald Trump’s health

By Abiodun Ogundairo
04 October 2020   |   6:05 pm
Donald Trump's doctor offered a different account of the president's health to the White House chief-of-staff. The president has released a video saying he was better.

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