Trump shows ‘utter lack of empathy’: Michelle Obama
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Michelle Obama blasts Donald Trump as an incompetent president who displays an "utter lack of empathy," as the former first lady addresses the opening night of the US Democratic convention, which is mostly held online due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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