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Jake Tapper: Who Loves To Bash Generals? Donald Trump.

Jake Tapper: Who Loves To Bash Generals? Donald Trump.President Donald Trump?s press secretary might think it?s ?highly inappropriate? to challenge or criticize generals, but the president clearly does not.



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Stephen Paddock's Las Vegas hotel room won't be rented out again, raising the question: What will happen to it?

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End of Australia auto-making sector as Holden closes doors

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