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Donald Trump denies overruling Pence and other advisers on Camp David meeting with Taliban

USATODAY.com Monday, 9 September 2019 ()
President Trump pushed back Monday on reports that he overruled objections from Vice President Pence and others on a meeting with Taliban leaders.
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News video: Trump: Peace Talks With Taliban Are 'Dead, As Far As I'm Concerned'

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The president called off a Camp David meeting with Taliban and Afghan leaders over the weekend.

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