Unless he changes course, President Donald Trump’s lies will soon begin to catch up with him.
Unless he changes course, President Donald Trump’s lies will soon begin to catch up with him. Mike Stewart AP
Unless he changes course, President Donald Trump’s lies will soon begin to catch up with him. Mike Stewart AP

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