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- By Brett Rowland | The Center Square
President Donald Trump said he was sending a "70,000-ton message of hope" to New York on Saturday during a send-off for the USNF Comfort.
David Axelrod, who advised former President Barack Obama, discusses a Wall Street Journal report that asserts President Trump wants his signature on stimulus checks sent out to Americans as part of the coronavirus relief package.
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