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Trump tells supporters in Wisconsin that Democrats 'cannot protect your family'

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 15 January 2020 ()
President Donald Trump defended his actions on Iran, promoted his anti-immigration policies and argued the Democrats who want to replace him don't have what it takes to keep America safe during a campaign rally in Milwaukee, Wisc., on Tuesday.
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As Democrats prepare for their last debate before primary voting begins, President Donald Trump is in a nearby battleground state rallying his supporters.

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