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Trump on wall and border crisis ahead of border trip


US president Donald Trump denies having "temper tantrums," as he heads to the US-Mexico border to push his demand for a wall, a day after he walked out of negotiations with Democrats in a political crisis paralyzing the government.

Added on the 10/01/2019 16:17:22 - Copyright : AFP EN

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