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Trump who? White House not preoccupied with former president

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To hear the new White House spokeswoman tell it, Joe Biden's team doesn't spend a lot of time thinking about former president Donald Trump -- and they certainly don't miss him on Twitter.

Added on the 02/02/2021 03:50:03 - Copyright : AFP EN

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