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American father of boy, six, says Trump saved Charlie Gard

MailOnline Tuesday, 4 July 2017
American father of boy, six, says Trump saved Charlie GardArt Estopinan, from Baltimore, claims Donald Trump 'saved' ten-month-old Charlie by offering him free care because his doctors were about to switch off his life support.
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News video: Trump Offers Help For Terminally Ill Infant Charlie Gard

Trump Offers Help For Terminally Ill Infant Charlie Gard 00:47

President Trump on Monday tweeted an offer to help Charlie Gard, a baby in the UK who, on the order of the court, is set to be removed from life support.

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