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Former adviser says Trump should 'stop saying things that are untrue'

Independent Thursday, 10 October 2019 ()
Stephen Moore says the president 'talks too much' but refuses to say whether he is a liar
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Stephen Moore, President Trump’s economic adviser said he thought Trump should “stop saying things that are untrue,” but stopped short of labelling the President a liar in a TV appearance. Veuer’s Justin Kircher has more.

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