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President Obama Reaches Out To Trump


Despite the tension between President Barack Obama and newly elected President Donald Trump after Tuesday's final vote count President Obama called Trump to invite him for a meeting at the White House on Thursday. Though many are distraught over America's new choice for President this is a hopeful sign that America may be okay.

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