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White House South Lawn Resodding Costs $80k After RNC

TMZ.com Wednesday, 9 September 2020 ()
President Trump not only broke political precedent by holding the Republican National Convention at The White House ... he also ran up a fat landscaping bill by damaging the grounds. The South Lawn and iconic Rose Garden were getting a makeover…
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