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Trump says administration to take 'good look' at Hong Kong rights bill

Reuters Friday, 22 November 2019 ()
President Donald Trump said on Friday his administration would take a "good luck" at a Hong Kong bill that passed the U.S. Congress nearly unanimously, as lawmakers awaited his decision on whether he would sign it into law or issue a veto.
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