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Donald Trump repeats baffling Ghislaine Maxwell comment during Axios interview

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 5 August 2020
Donald Trump repeats baffling Ghislaine Maxwell comment during Axios interviewMost of the reaction to Donald Trump's wild interview with Axios has focused on what he said about coronavirus, and for good reason.Trump claimed the virus "is under control" in the United States. He shrugged off America's mounting...
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President Donald Trump has revealed why he wished Ghislaine Maxwell well after she was arrested. Last month, when asked about Maxwell's arrest, Trump told reporters: 'I just wish her well, frankly.' According to CNN, it's because he says he doesn't want her to die in jail like her former boyfriend and alleged accomplice, Jeffrey Epstein. Trump made the remarks in an interview with "Axios on HBO" that aired Monday night.

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