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concerns. however, the families did not walk away empty handed. the stores delivered vouchers to families who could not get in the store. i'm not sure how you can say i'm 7 when you show up. >> build a crowd. >> they did. "early start" continues right now. the president starts his first official trip to uk by slamming the prime minister. president trump says trade deals are in jeopardy because theresa may did not take his advice on brexit. tens of thousands are expected to protest the president's visit and the trump baby is taking to the skies. how many times did you look so innocent in your wife's eye and lie to her about lisa? >> mr. chairman, this is outrageous. >> sparks fly for hours after
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peter strzok fends off accusations of bias. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm michelle kosinski. >> i'm dave briggs. i think everyone brought a shovel and kept digging until they hit bottom. >> it was so stressful. the first minutes were stressful. then ten hours later. it is friday. it is friday the 13th. fittingly. 5:00 a.m. in the east. 10:00 a.m. in london. we are live there straight ahead. first the pomp. now the politics for the president in the uk. expect a rough road ahead made bumpier by the comments the president made to "the sun" newspaper in the uk. the paper went online as the dinner with theresa may ended. >> he said may ignored his advice on brexit strategy. her issue to maintain close ties would jeopardize any future trade deal with the u.s.
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>> if they do a deal like that, we will be dealing with the european union instead of dealing with the uk. it will probably kill the deal. if they do that, their trade deal with the u.s. will probably not be made. >> extraordinary criticism of the foreign leader of the trip to their own country. the latest example, the president is playing nice in person and getting tough in public. for the latest, let's bring in white house correspondent kaitlan collins who is live in london. good morning, kaitlan. >> reporter: dave, this int interview is looming large over the city of london today. a stunning interview with the comments by the president on the stay he meets with theresa may -- on the day he meets with theresa may. he will spend a lot of time with her. the interview where the president is ripping her plan for brexit saying she did not listen to him and saying if theresa may goes through with the plan, the plan caused two of the senior cabinet officials to
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resign in protest of it that a trade deal with the united states would be off. that trade deal is crucial. theresa may is counting on that if this goes forward. that is why she is really trying to smooth things over with president trump in the last few weeks. including standing by him at nato during the comments he was making when he was up ending that summit in brussels. now the stunning interview with the president praising her rival boris johnson. he resigned last week in the protest of the planned brexit. now the president making these comments which i'm told by sources inside the white house caught officials off guard. they thought the interview would publish today. not last night here in london as the president was wrapping up his dinner with her which was almost akin to a state dinner. a lot of pomp and circumstance. they rolled out the red car feet important president trump. -- red carpet for president trump. now this criticism of theresa may will hangover them today as
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they have the working lunch and joint news conference where they will have to take questions from reporters. it has made things awkward in london. dave. >> it has indeed. kaitlan collins live in london. thank you. >> awkward. president trump is hop scotching all over the uk, but one place he is avoiding is central london. 50,000 protesters are expected. before they do, the infamous trump baby balloon has taken to the skies. for more, we turn to nick paton walsh. nick, you have been all over the baby balloon. what is the latest? >> reporter: obviously not many major stunning developments here. it has been up in the air for 35 minutes. it has been another hour and 25 under permission granted by london local authority. the london mayor kahn. there is a lot of political
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context around the balloon. to repeat what it is is donald trump in a nappy holding a mobile phone. that is his favorite weapon of war, twitter. this was given permission to be here for two hours and that is obviously made donald trump in the interview with "the sun" talking about how he feels unwelcome in london and he panned the mayor's record on crime and immigration and things not decided by the local authority, but by central government. no matter. he saw that as a chink in the mayor kahn's armor. interestingly enough, a british asian man explaining to a pro-trump protester here of african descent how trump would not be his friend. now a man wearing a gorilla with
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a trump mask in a cage. an extraordinary scene here. this incident is sanctioned with political protest. we will see more of it in central london and oxford circus. tens of thousands will gather and march toward the trifalagar square. that is why donald trump avoided central london because of the political culture here deeply reject what he stands for. >> when the sun is out, no telling what the brits get up to. thank you, nick. >> perhaps a bit overblown, if you will. no pun intended. let's welcome in josh rogin. the contributor to "the washington post." let's talk about "the sun" newspaper where he blasts theresa may and talking about her rival boris johnson. what is the relationship with
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the united states and uk? >> imagine for a second if the roles were reversed. theresa may came to washington and before meeting with president trump, blasted all of his policies and said i bet that joe biden would be a great president. what would donald trump have done? he would have flimd opped out. it would have ruined the meeting. theresa may has to grin and take it and pretend everything is okay because she is so weak in her position and so caught between her need to show a strong leadership with the united states and the political realization in london that donald trump is so toxic as that last report just showed. she is caught. he has put her in the terrible position. that is a terrible effect on what they can possibly do together. when you get into the idea of brexit, it is something president trump believes in and talked about. it is part of his frame of breaking up europe and the european union and dealing with all of the countries one-on-one.
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that is what he thinks is in america's best interest. i happen to think that is not the best policy. that is what is driving him. he wants the u.s. relationship to be on a one-on-one basis because he thinks that is how america gets the best deal. >> the trade deal could be off. it is difficult to read exactly the strategy. >> first of all, british sources are saying that is absolutely not true about trade deals. secondly, it is not entirely clear that president trump understands that theresa may, as prime minister, she cannot unilaterally do these things. she needs the entire party on board. here is how the white house responded to this issue. the president likes and respects theresa may very much. as he said, she is a very good person and never said anything about about her. you thought she was great on nato today and is a really terrific person. i can only imagine how the lunch
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will go or is this another situation where blast the leader in public, but in private it is all our relationship is great. let's work together. >> right. it's kind of bizarre to say i never said anything bad about theresa may and the next sentence say something bad about theresa may. it begs the question, does president trump know what he is doing? is he doing this deliberately? maybe he wants a good meeting. maybe he gets there, he will think everything is fine and dandy. it is not just the one interview or comment. it is the effect of the president of the united states treating our european allies, specifically theresa may, for months if not years. that effect is now coming to a head. you know and you know and everyone who talks to any of the european officials knows this has now become a crisis in the u.s./europe relationship. that crisis will have implications that will last years if not generations.
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>> remember when president obama talked brexit before the vote. >> some would argue that trump supporters are here saying this is what we voted for and we wanted a guy to challenge the convention. let's move forward to monday. the president heads to helsinki. he meets with vladimir putin. you write about this in "the washington post." what is the deal that we believe putin will offer and what are the implications of it? >> two things that president trump wants to discuss with putin. syria and ukraine. on syria, trump wants to get out. he wants to hand over responsibility. that is not how his national security officials feel or u.s. allies feel. that is not how the syrian people feel. the u.s. could strike a deal that jordan supports that could take all of the u.s. troops out and endorse russian control over syria.
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in turn, russia will get iran out of syria. it is unlikely that would ever happen. it is a basic surrender. again, donald trump supporters may like that plan. they think russia in charge of syria is better than america in charge of syria. there is argument for that, but it has risks for syria and the region and national security. as we look at the way donald trump is handling these diplomatic and foreign policy iss issues, it is hard to imagine he thought through the risks. i know the administration and a lot of people share those concerns. >> josh rogin. thank you for being here this morning. ahead, a contentious day as embattled fbi agent peter strzok testifies before congress. >> i don't appreciate what was originally said being changed. >> i don't give a damn what you appreciate, peter strzok. >> who won the race to the
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if you missed peter strzok's testimony on capitol hill, you missed a spectacle. even by congressional standards. members of the house judiciary and oversight committees ripping into him and each other for about ten hours. republicans have been using strzok's text messages with fbi lawyer lisa page to state bias over trump in the bureau. strzok was having none of it. >> at no time did those personal beliefs ever enter into the realm of any decision i took, and the suggestion that i would somehow cast aside all of these procedures, all of these safeguards and somehow be able to do this is astounding to me. it simply couldn't happen. >> agent strzok went on to tell lawmakers, a credible source told of a russian offer to help the campaign.
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strzok said he could have leaked the information to hurt the campaign, but never considered it. there were plenty of low moments in the hearing when congress member gohmert brought up this issue with lisa page. >> i can't help but wonder when i see you there with a smirk, how many times did you look so innocent in your wife's eye and lied to her? >> mr. chairman -- >> mr. chairman, mr. chairman, please. >> you know, mr. chairman, there is intolerable harassment of the witness. >> you need your medication. >> there were many calls for order during the hearing. so lisa page will meet with members of congress behind closed doors this afternoon. she defied a congressional subpoena to testify on wednesday. up to 100 cases of
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michigan and central iowa. otherwise, we still have the remnants of what was tropical storm beryl across the atlantic ocean. the national hurricane center shows a 40% chance of development with this not posing risk factors along the east coast. 95 today for chicago. 84 for new york. 89 degrees for d.c. back to you. a lot of red on that map. >> derek, thank you. the president got a nice note from kim jong-un, but what does it mean if pyongyang doesn't show up to a critical meeting? we're live in seoul with the latest.
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president trump releasing what he calls a very nice note from north korean leader kim jong-un. kim calls the president your excellency and describes the summit last month as a start of the meaning journey. absent from the note is any reference to denuclearization. we have cnn's andrew stevens live in seoul with more. andrew, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dave. trump also tweeting great progress made on the denuclearization on the summit agreement that he and kim jong-un signed up to in singapore on june 12th. on the ground, it seems to be a very different story. notwithstanding the compliments paid by kim to trump. the most recent development is the fact that a meeting between the u.s. and north korea at the
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demilitarized zone yesterday, scheduled for yesterday, did not go ahead because the north koreans did not show up. that meeting has been postponed. it will take place on sunday we understand at this stage. what they are talking about is the return of remains of u.s. service members who were killed in the korean war. what the department of defense thinks is that north koreans have the remains of 200 service people of the 5,000 that perished in the korean war. it is politically important and symbolic gesture to bring those people back to the united states. that is the next step. we have to wait and see how it plays out on sunday. optics have been bad since the signing of the summit agreement back in june. the pompeo meeting in pyongyang was widely regarded as a failure. very little to show for it as far as movement on denuclearization. as you point out, dave, that letter from kim jong-un still
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not mentioning denuclearization. >> continued pleasantconversation, but -- pleasant conversation, but no word on denuclearization. nice handwritten note. or hand signed. the president starts his trip to the uk with some less than kind words for theresa may. their meeting today and his visit with the queen and 50,000 protesters expected on the streets. we are live with all of that in london. your heart doesn't only belong to you. so if you have heart failure, ask your doctor about entresto. it helped keep people alive and out of the hospital. don't take entresto if pregnant. it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby. don't take entresto with an ace inhibitor or aliskiren, or if you've had angioedema with an ace or arb. the most serious side effects are angioedema, low blood pressure, kidney problems, or high blood potassium.
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how many times did you look some innocent into your wife's eye and lie to her about lisa? >> mr. chairman, this is outrageous. >> that is just one moment in ten hours of sparks flying as fbi agent peter strzok fends off accusations of bias and members of congress fend off each other. welcome back to "early start." i'm michelle kosinski. >> peter strzok embarrassed the fbi and then said hold my beer. we will embarrass themselves. i'm dave briggs. first, the meeting with the president and the prime minister 30 minutes away. expect uncomfortable moments after the combative statements made to "the sun" newspaper after the dinner with theresa may ended. >> he said may ignored his advice to the brexit strategy
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and this would jeopardize any future trade deals with the u.s. >> if they do a deal like that, we will be dealing with the european union instead of dealing with the uk. it will probably kill the deal. if they do that, their trade deal with the u.s. will probably not be made. >> extraordinary criticism of the foreign leader of the trip to their own country. the latest example, the president is playing nice in person and getting tough in public. for the latest, let's bring in "new day" anchor and "early start" alum, john berman. john, not since the thrilla in manila has there been such a fight. john. >> reporter: i cannot state this scale of the political explosion that went off overnight when this was published.
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it was just enormous. wall-to-wall coverage all morning here in london on all of the news stations. the bbc with panel after panel discussing what the president did. what he did was completely and thoroughly undermined. theresa may. her political career hangs in the balance this morning. it was already a tough position she was in trying to negotiate the uk removal from the european union. the president just made it that much more difficult taking a stance saying the deal she wants to strike with the eu to keep them in line with the rules of agriculture and other kinds of products is not something he would support and it would mean the u.s. would not strike an independent deal with the uk. it sounds technical, but it is the kind of thing theresa may fears. this broke minutes after she literally rolled out the red carpet for trump at the birth place of sir winston churchill.
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look there. they were all smiles and pageant pageantry. "the sun" owned by rupert murdoch. the president had gushing words for theresa may's main political rival. boris johnson. he was foreign secretary until last week. he quit over the brexit negotiation. the president made sure to say in the inter sview he thinks bos johnson is the best candidate for prime minister. imagine someone coming to the united states saying i think hillary clinton would be a great president. i'm not trying to sow dissent. as you note, this is happening as the protests are going on around london. you saw a picture of the balloon. the president critical of the protests saying they make him feel unwelcome and critical of the london mayor khan.
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saying you want me to crackdown on free speech? this is what the people feel. the president avoiding the city and avoiding london because he feels unwelcome. just beginning of what will be a remarkable day. guys, i'm watching the body language with theresa may and donald trump. they looked friendly last night and looked friendly in brussels. i'm not sure it will last. >> we are expecting hugh grant next in the "love actually" moment brewing. we will have john berman and christiane amanpour on "new day" from 6:00 to 9:00. >> i look forward to the reunion. i'm sure it will be a blast. >> thank you, john. some 50,000 protesters are expected today and as john mentioned the trump baby balloon has taken to the skies. for more, we turn to cnn's nick paton walsh. he is usually in and out of syria, but he is now in london.
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nick, what is going on out there? it is a carnival atmosphere? >> reporter: you see at times it is more predictable than here. we have seen a strangely humorous scene. given what is happening to the british politics right now. one of the key issues is where are you allowed to protest and not allowed to protest? to my left is a man dressed as a gorilla wearing a donald trump mask in a cage. he is not allowed on abington greene because he doesn't have permit. the balloon was allowed because it was given permit. the blimp is allowed to fly for another 53 minutes or so. it has deeply offended trump. he said he feels unwelcome and criticized the london mayor and
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his record on crime and terrorism. that is something he doesn't decide. that is central parliament. i have to say, you have to remember, just because donald trump says something bad about theresa may thedoesn't necessar weaken her. 10% approve of him as president. certainly in the crowd here, and in the possibly 100,000 protesters that will take the streets, donald trump's undermining of theresa may will strengthen her with the electora electorate. you cannot under estimate the symbolism of the sitting u.s. president not coming to central london. this is where he should be. instead we have satirical gorillas. >> nick, thank you so much. >> joining us now is josh rogin.
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reporter for "the washington post." good to see you. expecting something definition insanity. we know he went abroad to pick a fight with nato and also theresa may. what is the impact of the statements trashing her brexit strategy and elevating her rival boris johnson? >> two things. we have to look at what president trump is actually proposing. he is proposing to work with the eu on trade against great britain. does that make sense? is this the same president that just started the trade war with the eu last month? is there a trade deal on the table? no. on a policy level, what he is saying doesn't really match the reality of the situation. the impact may not be as bad as we think. on a politics level, it is devastating. what the president has done is he has poisoned the relationship
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with our government and their government more than necessary. to what gain? to what benefit? what possible up side could there be? the only explanation that makes any sense is president trump honestly believes in brexit. he believes the brexiteers are aligned with his politics and his base and his movement as a worldwide movement. he supports anti-nationalists and anti-internationalist forces all over europe. he wants to use his influence and bully pulpit to undermine the european union and international liberal world order as it exists to replace it with something that resembles his ideology and political movement. again, that is a gargantuan project that probably he won't be able to pull off. when he does things like that, that is why he is doing it and the effect is to take the
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alliance structure that we built over the last 80 years and set it ablaze. >> when we see his attacks as he is going around, there is a lot about each of them that does not make sense or there are inaccuracies built in that he doesn't care about. is this him making the biggest possible headlines and make the waves? many see this as being part of the strategy which has everything to do with mid-term elections? >> yes. i think that is part of it. i think he thinks it is about him. theresa may didn't do what i said. she department follidn't follow. she is not smart enough to realize the britain -- >> or shaking it up for his base back home. that is how many in britain are viewing these things. >> i think they are related. what president trump is trying to do to realign american politics to more nationalists and protectionists and
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isolationists ideals is the same thing he is doing in europe. he is our president and he is not their president. when he tries to realign american politics, okay. let's see how it turns out. when he interferes with their politics on their soil and insulting and in a rude and inaccurate way, that is above and beyond what any american president has done in modern history. >> interesting color regarding the interview with "the sun" and the bbc interviewed the reporter who interviewed president trump. sarah sanders said they were swatted away and kept on reporting. >> she was trying to get trump away. >> wanting to stop the interview beyond the ten minutes. i'm quoting. he is unchallenged in his organization. it like being in the court -- it is like being in the court of a medieval emperor. >> that seems a lot less planned. >> i think all of us who dealt
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with the administration have seen the change in the year or two. none of the people around president trump are indulging his worst instincts. they are going along to get an along. the axis of it is over. now he does what he feels. we will see how much winning that produces. not sarah sanders or john bolton or mike pompeo or james mattis or john kelly. none going to the president saying you can't do what you want to do. they saw how that touched oare - they saw how that turned out for the last administration officials. >> and next is vladimir putin. >> the administration is worried about it. >> we know how president trump feels about the u.s./russia relationship. he wants to make it better. he is willing to do things to make it better. his national security team and congress and allies could be devastating for u.s. national
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security or alliances and people in the countries of syria and ukraine. no one can stop president trump from striking a deal with vladimir putin if that is what he intends to do. no one knows what will happen when he gets in the room. the readout is from president trump and vladimir putin. neither of whom have a real strong relationship with the truth. that unpredictability is just unfathomable and has everybody worried in washington and europe. >> that deal josh mentioned, is pulling the u.s. troops out of syria and handing control over to the russians. josh rogin, great insight. >> thank you. melania trump right now at royal hospital in chelsea with theresa may's husband. spouses expected to be seen any minute together. very contentious day as embattled fbi at peter strzok testifies before congress. >> i don't appreciate what was
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if you missed peter strzok's testimony on capitol hill, you missed a spectacle. even by congressional standards and reality show standards. -- standards. members of the house judiciary and oversight committees ripping into him and each other for about ten hours. republicans have been using strzok's text messages with fbi lawyer lisa page to state bias over trump in the bureau. strzok was having none of it. >> at no time did those personal beliefs ever enter into the realm of any decision i took, and the suggestion that i would somehow cast aside all of these
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procedures, all of these safeguards and somehow be able to do this is astounding to me. it simply couldn't happen. >> remember, ten hours of this. agent strzok went on to tell lawmakers, a credible source told of a russian offer to help the campaign. strzok said he could have leaked the information to hurt the campaign, but never considered it. there were plenty of low moments in the hearing when congress member gohmert brought up this affair with lisa page. >> i can't help but wonder when i see you sit there with a smirk how many times did you look some innocent your wife's eye and lie to her about lisa. >> mr. chairman, this is outrageous. >> mr. chairman, please. >> this is intolerable
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birth. and she is not taking this run for granted. listen to her afterwards. >> it is no secret i had a tough delivery. i lost count after four surgeries because i was in so many surgeries. a lot of people are like she should be in the final. for me, it is a pleasure and joy because less than a year ago i was going through so much stuff. >> in the final tomorrow, a repeat of the 2016 wimbledon final. serena trying to beat germany's angelique kerber. she hasn't been playing among the royals. kate middleton and meghan markle having a duchess day out. serena was at the wedding in may. kate is making it a tennis weekend. in the royal box on sunday with her husband prince william. watching the men's final. it is a battle of giants at wimbledon today and what could be the biggest semifinals ever.
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in one match, two of the biggest names to play and tennis rivalries. rafael nadal and dzokhnovak djo. in the other semifinal, john isner plays south africa 6'8" kevin anderson. isner is taller than lebron james. taller than tom brady. and charles barkley has a shot to win this weekend's american century golf kou tournament. dave, you have seen his swing. they are not great odds. 6000 to 1 odds. he has been working hard to improve his swing.
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tony romo is one of the favorites to win it all. steph curry's odds are 15 to 1. aaron rodgers' odds are 50 to 1. >> that swing is atrocious. he is not winning that tournament, coy. >> odds are better of dave briggs going to get his bloody mary this weekend. >> that is quite the visual for me. coy wire, i needed that. have a great weekend, my friend. >> thanks, coy. thank you for joining us. i'm michelle kosinski. they allowed me to hang out. >> great to have you here. she is headed to helsinki to cover the president's sit-down with vladimir putin. i'm dave briggs. have a great weekend, everybody. "new day" starts right now with john berman live in london. this is cnn breaking news. >> welcome to viewers in the united states and all around the world. this is "new day." it is friday, july 13th.
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i'm john berman live in london. alisyn is in new york. alisyn, can you hear it? kaboom. the sound in london. political explosion setoff by this. this article, this interview that president trump gave to "the sun." he is meeting with the british prime minister theresa may very shortly at chequers, her country estate. maybe trying to pull the knife out of her back that he put there. maybe not. in the interview with the british tab ligloid "the sun" o by rupert murdoch. the president undermined the position that he has with theresa may. he said he would do it differently and she is not taking his advice. once more, the president lavi lavished praise

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