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Trump says U.S. won’t pay Turkey for Pastor’s release

By Bloomberg
19 August 2018   |   4:00 pm
Donald Trump is once again turning the heat on Turkey with the detention of an American pastor. He has tweeted the United States will pay nothing for the release of an innocent man after the White House confirmed it has prepared to impose more sanctions.

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