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Trump backs bill to ban flag-burning: ‘A no brainer!’

FOXNews.com Sunday, 16 June 2019
Some Republicans in Congress on Friday reintroduced a proposal calling for a ban on burning the American flag – and they’ve already won an endorsement from President Trump.
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