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D.C. council member says Trump’s plans for military parade are all about his ego
Washington D.C. council member Mary Cheh, (D-Ward 3) says that President Trump is trying to mimic totalitarian regimes with his plans to hold a military parade. She also worries about the toll such an event will take on the city’s infrastructure.
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