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Holy Mudslinging: Has Trump met his match? (part 2)

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Another all-nighter in Brussels as David Cameron continues to push for special membership concession, following the Ankara and Diyarbakir bombings Turkish President Erdogan places the blame on Kurdish groups. Meanwhile Apple is under fire from the FBI who are pressuring to unlock the information hidden in the San Bernardino attacker’s iPhone, and finally Donald Trump may have finally met his match: the Pope!

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