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McMaster responds to Trump's tweets about the death penalty for NYC attacker
National security adviser H.R. McMaster said on Nov. 2 that President Trump wants "options," for the man charged with the fatal truck attack in New York on Oct. 31, after Trump tweeted that the perpetrator "should get death penalty."
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