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Trump Reverses Course, Says 'of course' He Would Report Foreign Interference

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According to Reuters, U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday reversed course over whether he would report any foreign interference in a political campaign to U.S. law enforcement, telling Fox News he would, “of course,” contact authorities. In an interview with ABC News earlier this week, Trump had said he would accept assistance from a foreign entity here looking to interfere in U.S. politics, saying there was "nothing wrong" with it.

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