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President Obama: Trump More Interested in ‘Tweets and Headlines’ Than Keeping America Safe

In lieu of the customary joint world leader press conference, President Obama elected to hold a brief press availability Thursday morning, delivering brief remarks at the top and taking four questions from the press. Predictably, the subject of Donald Trump came up, and after a lengthy explainer on why other countries pay attention to U.S. elections, he got to the point.
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