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Schumer says Trump's insults of Kim Jong Un are 'risky'
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Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer said President Trump should "avoid using 'Rocket Man'" to describe Kim Jong Un on Sept. 19, and that Democrats are "optimistic" about a bipartisan immigration deal.
Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer said President Trump should "avoid using 'Rocket Man'" to describe Kim Jong Un on Sept. 19, and that Democrats are "optimistic" about a bipartisan immigration deal.
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