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McMaster responds to Trump's tweets about the death penalty for NYC attacker
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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."
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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