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Sanders: Trump’s ‘breeding’ tweet not derogatory
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on April 23 said President Trump’s “breeding” tweet about sanctuary cities was not a derogatory comment, but rather reflected that the issue of sanctuary cities is a growing problem.
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