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"I hope nobody gets hurt": Trump on Hong Kong

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"I hope nobody gets hurt": Trump on Hong Kong

"I hope nobody gets hurt": Trump on Hong Kong

U.S. President Donald Trump told reporters Tuesday that the situation in Hong Kong is &apos;tricky&apos; and &apos;tough&apos; as protestors clashed with police at the international airport.

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