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China Blames Trump, America for Hong Kong Protests

Newsmax Wednesday, 12 June 2019
In a sharp escalation of its confrontation with President Trump over trade, China is blaming the United States for fomenting the massive, unprecedented protests erupting in Hong Kong.State-funded Chinese media are accusing the protesters of being "a puppet of the United...
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