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Trump repeats promises to defeat religious extremists, create new jobs

By Reuters
17 December 2016   |   11:00 am
President-elect Donald Trump tells supporters in Orlando, Florida that he will work to defeat radical Islamic militants and 'bring back' jobs to the U.S. during a stop on his 'Thank You Tour.'

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