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Trump 'will stay out of election' and denies NHS trade claim

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Trump 'will stay out of election' and denies NHS trade claim

Trump 'will stay out of election' and denies NHS trade claim

US President Donald Trump says he 'will stay out of the election' and insists that America wants "nothing to do with" the NHS amid claims that the health service could be used as a bargaining chip in post-Brexit trade talks.

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