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Tense scene as Trump supporters meet protesters in Arizona

Tense scene as Trump supporters meet protesters in ArizonaTemperatures and tempers ran hot as President Trump prepared to hold a rally at the Phoenix Convention Center on Tuesday evening.



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New ISIS Video Shows American Child For The First Time

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U.S. asks if Iran military sites to be checked under nuclear deal

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