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Experts Warn Trump's Deployment Of Active Troops Threat Is 'Potentially Dangerous'

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Experts Warn Trump's Deployment Of Active Troops Threat Is 'Potentially Dangerous'

Experts Warn Trump's Deployment Of Active Troops Threat Is 'Potentially Dangerous'

Oklahoma Army National Guard President Donald Trump's proposed deployment of active-duty troops.

This move was thought to quell the protests in Washington, D.C.

Reports Business Insider.

However, his idea to do the same in the states has provoked grave concerns among lawmakers.

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