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Notre Dame Disaster Leads To Trump-Prompted 'Flying Water Tankers' Domain

WorldNews Monday, 15 April 2019 ()
Notre Dame Disaster Leads To Trump-Prompted 'Flying Water Tankers' DomainU.S. President Donald Trump stuck his proverbial foot in his mouth again Monday regarding the massive fire that engulfed the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, Domain Gang reported. In the middle of the devastating fire, the report said, Trump felt compelled to instruct the firefighters fighting the blaze on the 13th century building to send “flying water tankers” to put out the fire faster. An innovative domainer took advantage of Trump’s gaffe and registered the matching .com domain name FlyingWaterTankers.com, Domain Gang reported. The domain forwards to MountainDont.com, a website with funny anti-Trump creations, the report said....
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News video: Firefighters Respond to Flames Engulfing Paris' Notre Dame Cathedral

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Fire officials in Paris, France, responded to a fire at the city’s Notre Dame Cathedral on Monday evening, April 15, after flames engulfed the church’s roof and spire. A video posted by France’s Interior Ministry showed firefighters battling the blaze. Flames could be seen leaping from the...

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