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Trump tweet wasn’t a threat to World Cup bid, says U.S soccer chief

Reuters Thursday, 3 May 2018
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - The joint North American bid to host the 2026 World Cup has not been damaged by U.S. President Donald Trump’s recent controversial tweet of support, bid co-chair Carlos Cordeiro told Reuters on Thursday.
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Carlos Cordeiro says Donald Trump's tweet that appeared to threaten political consequences to countries who back another 2026 bid should just be seen as backing U.S. bid.

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