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Trump addresses supporters at CPAC, attacks media

By AlJazeera
25 February 2017   |   3:21 pm
US President Donald Trump told supporters that building of his planned wall along the Mexican border will begin ahead of schedule. Trump was speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference, in Maryland.

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