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Trump ignores questions about new book

By Reuters
06 January 2018   |   11:00 am
President Trump ignored questions about a critical new book as he departed the White House for Camp David on Friday to meet with top Republicans, telling reporters instead that the stock market was doing well and that the new tax cuts "are really kicking in".

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